Lumber being stored under the Fabrication Pavillion

Rural Studio Fabrication Pavilion

  • Overview


    Newbern, AL
    5th Year Project

  • Project Team

    Adam Levet, Gabbi Rush, Kyle Wherry, Megan Wood

To continue its legacy of contributing to the community and educating citizen architects, Rural Studio is beginning to focus on opportunities for improving its campus and to embrace the potential a fabrication pavilion and woodshop provides. The existing outdoor covered workspaces and woodshop were limited in space and performance; the new workspace improves the craft, efficiency, and capabilities of construction.

Responsive Design
The first phase, started in September 2014, consisted of designing and building the fabrication pavilion, which provides a covered, level working surface for students to build mockups and test ideas. The second phase consisted of the woodshop that now sits beneath the roof of the fabrication pavilion, providing interior space for machining, fabricating, and educating.

A new workspace to improve the craft, efficiency, and capabilities of construction at Rural Studio.
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