This studio is inspired by Ruven Alterio’s study, which is currently in Monmatre, diagonal to the Moulin Rouge and also inside the same building that the French painter, Renoir, used to work in. Here, there is a transparent ceiling and 40% of the walls are made out of glass, enabling natural light to come in. The best part is that the roof and walls can be either transparent or opaque, depending on what the project requires. There are 23 separate areas in the whole study that can be opened or closed independently, allowing or blocking the entrance of light. The use of beige curtains also makes it an even more fantastic space for painting and photography. Its total area is 40m2 (6.5m x 6.8m). There’s a hair and make-up room for 3 people working simultaneously, a modern kitchen, a dressing room and an amazing bathroom. It also has a wooden floor terrace, looking towards a typical residential area of Bogotá, Colombia. Considering that music is essential for these activities, it has the sound system Soundround 5.1. There is Internet access, telephone, fax and a printer. For digital postproduction, retouch service, material management and general revision there is a specific area to do so. And if hungriness is a problem, we also have a delicious and healthy menu to choose from. This photography studio is very special, for many reasons. It will always surprise those in creative missions. Even though it seems it’s a daylight studio only, it can also be turned into an interior studio with no natural light coming in from outside. When you’re creating something, it’s necessary to have certain incentives, such as working in a comfortable place. This study provides not only comfort, but also all the elements needed to feel an excellent energy that can, therefore, let you paint and create successfully.