Designing a Small Studio – Part 1, The Concept & Inspiration




In this video I discuss the inspiration for the design of my small studio and workshop here on Mount Desert Island just off the midcoast of Maine near Acadia National Park. This is part 1 in a multi-part series I’ve been recording as I continue to refine the design and prepare for the construction of this project.

In part 2, I sketch out the plan concepts and parse the options to show you how I typically begin a project and move forward with an idea.

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Please watch: “Floor Plan Design TUTORIAL”

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8 Comments

  1. Nassar Alhanoun
    July 23, 2015
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    It seems like a great concept,
    and thanks for the videos.

  2. Younes Ben Amar
    August 5, 2015
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    I am a student architecture from Belgium..I am so grateful for these inspirational videos you're making.. This also gives me motivation how you're sharing your knowledge with us..I think it's great!
    Thank you

  3. Black Spider
    January 4, 2017
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    I am an Architect….. From Bangladesh……..
    the way of your working Process and developing Concept is really good…. and also inspiring….. Loved it! 🙂

  4. Black Spider
    January 4, 2017
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    I am an Architect….. From Bangladesh……..
    the way of your working Process and developing Concept is really good…. and also inspiring….. Loved it! 🙂

  5. hellonoko
    January 23, 2017
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    Hi Eric, nice video as always, I was wondering what the brand is of your dot ruled spiral bound notebook shown at about 3:37 on. Thanks!

  6. Wolfgang Riebe Inspiring The World
    February 19, 2017
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    always excellent to be remain positive

  7. MaZEEZaM
    April 17, 2017
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    Your location is probably perfect for growing your own mushrooms 😀

  8. JadeLeah
    October 22, 2017
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    I appreciate how articulate you are when describing your concept. I'd love to hear more of your concepts!

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