Our students once again are taking on a series of complicated, real-world projects built for local residents and the business community.
Click on the links below for more information on the projects. You can also learn more about how these projects fit into the overall Architectural Woodworking Program curriculum or see photos of completed projects from previous years.
This kitchen in a home from the late 1800’s is an update to the existing footprint, which was recently remodeled by the homeowner. Currently, the kitchen is populated by a temporary collection of cabinets from the old kitchen and a table for a peninsula. The rendering at the right shows what the kitchen will look like when completed by our students. It will feature plenty of cabinets with open spaces below most of the uppers, a full floor to ceiling refrigerator cabinet, an integrated peninsula, and two new cabinets flanking the kitchen itself. Other features are pullout garbage and recycling to the left of the refrigerator, and a narrow pullout to the right of the sink to utilize as much space as possible. A space for the microwave will be built into the front of the island. See the photos at right to get a feel for the existing kitchen. Follow the students progress in the pictures below and on our project blog…