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Adrian started out working from a tiny basement shop and part of his living room.  He now runs a 4000 sqft co-op studio in down town guelph, located 45 minutes west of Toronto.  Situated on the second floor of an old stove works factory, with it's post and beam construction and hardwood floors, it's an inspiring place to pursue woodworking.  The studio is constantly evolving to meet arising needs and new furniture makers.  Currently there are seven members, each of whom have their own work area.  The machine area is common space and each member has full use of all equipment including the full size snooker table, left behind when a band gave up their jam space.  Visitors are welcome to drop in and have a look around, talk with Adrian or the other members, see work in progress as well as completed furniture.  The studio is place to share ideas, experiment with new ones and ultimately enjoy one's work.