What a weekend! Btw.. another young architect here!

So while everyone is enjoying a quiet Saturday and Sunday, sipping hot coffee on their front porches, looking into their gardens, with children playing around, people walking their dogs and more, Our studio is in full production mode, enjoying the humming of drilling machines and clincking of metal rebars. Its been a super productive weekend … Continue reading

HAPPY HALLOWEEN 🎃👻

Over the weekend, Ailed, Yage and I had mock-up one of the five benches on the north side of our pavilion. We did the bottom portion of the bench and the bench composed by the two 2×6 supports, fourteen 2×4 seating slats with 1/2″ spacing. The mock-up was very helpful, we had people sitting on … Continue reading

Pythagoras, my hero

This weekend was a long one. We’re nearly done with our CDs and about ready to start the mockup. On Saturday, Katie, Perry, and I went to the site to take out a portion of the community garden fence and mark out the extents of our concrete slab. Armed with 3 tape measures and a … Continue reading

Weekend Welding

This weekend was the first of what I expect to be many long ones.  We met up at 8 o’clock in the morning to learn how to cut, grind, and weld the metal that we’ll be working with.  This is important for things such as the caster system for the desk and bar and the … Continue reading

How much wood would a woodshop shop

Despite a few small setbacks, Studio V is making progress on the GAP shed. All of our time is being spent in the shop. Today we continued to work on the cooler room as well as the decks. We finished exterior plywood sheathing for the cool room, insulated the walls and roof, and added some of … Continue reading