The Roadhouse Blues
Students from the Architecture and Environmental Design's design build summer studio, led by Professor Michael Zebrowski, did another project for Artscape, America's largest free art festival, on August 19 - 21.
The Roadhouse, an outdoor music venue to enjoy music/live acts, was designed and built using reuseable wooden pallets by undergraduate students: LaTayia Wilson, James Thompson, Jeffrey Gray, Markus Clark, Darius White, Patrick Mfoudi, Hao Hyuhn, Kendra Jenifer, Sean Talbott, Tuan Pham, Desmond Brown, and Jessie Kraus. Despite weary weather during the 3-day weekend, this was still the hit for Artscape. Another great job Professor Zebrowski and students! Last year, Professor Zebrowski's class designed the Lightbox, a reuse shipping container for office space.
Read more about the Roadhouse, go to: http://inhabitat.com/roadhouse-is-a-student-made-music-venue-made-from-hundreds-of-shipping-pallets/.