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Lookout Studio

The Fred Harvey Company built Lookout Studio in
1914, in part to compete with the Kolb Brothers
Studio located slightly west along the rim. Called
"The Lookout," Fred Harvey's studio offered
telescopic views, photographs, and books about
the canyon.

Designed by Mary Colter, Lookout Studio is an early
example of a park structure that blends with its
setting. Its low, rough-cut limestone design adheres
to ideas expressed by pioneer landscape architect
Frederick Law Olmsted, who felt that any park
structure that drew attention away from the works
of nature and to the works of man was inappropriate.
From within the canyon, Lookout Studio is
barely visible.

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