Redesigning what it is to be in a woodshop classroom...
As (co) studio students enter their second semester, the vocational revolution continues in our Roaring Fork Valley classrooms. On each high school campus, it is time to pick up the hammer and begin to build!
Basalt High School - (co)ld frames
Our Basalt (co)studio students are constructing a minimum of twelve cold frames that they will be selling to local gardeners and school programs to help raise money for their next project - a new greenhouse for their high school campus.
...learn more about the design process
Roaring Fork High School - (co)ops
(co)studio students at Roaring Fork High School are constructing several chicken coops that range from 32 to 48 sq.ft and are not your average chicken coop. Two of the unique designs will be up for auction this spring with a starting bid of $500. ...click here for the latest photos
If you are interested in purchasing either a cold frame or a chicken coop, please email us directly at email@example.com
Glenwood Springs High School - (co)ncession stand
Progress continues on the concession stand for the Glenwood Springs High School booster club. Students have settled on an approximate 400 sq ft. "jewel box" design and are now working on securing materials, designing the interior and making space to pre-fabricate wall panels inside during these winter months. ....Check out Design Review # 1 here