Wood Working


Since the start of civilization, humans have constructed their own shelters and other commodities necessary for the duties and comforts of daily life. The creating of artifacts is an important and unique process for every culture. Every group has its own process of construction which is a function of both cultural values and structural soundness. Design is another element unique to each culture. By looking at a structure’s design, many inferences can be made. Does this culture place the most value on comfort, function, or aesthetic when creating its artifacts. With industrialization and globalization since the late 1800’s, it has been more common for individuals to purchase furniture and other artifacts from department stores. Rather than build them themselves. Our woodworking space blends new and old techniques to create useful commodities, like signage and furniture

Our Woodshop

Where you will find traditional tools such as hammers and nails, you will also find more recent inventions like an engraving machine and power saws. We are able to ground ourselves in historical practices while also taking advantage of modern technology to create unique, meaningful, and long-lasting pieces.


Woodworking is an activity that keeps the mind sharp by requiring you to concentrate on the task at hand. It even encourages you to be as creative as you can be. Apart from making you think beyond the box, Woodworking also increases your knowledge of the world by knowing the types of wood, saws, nails, and other tools you have to encounter.