Ribbon cutting ceremony for LIFE Village celebrating tiny house designed and built by students with future for additional collaboration

On Tuesday, August 28th, a ribbon cutting ceremony was held to celebrate LIFE Village officially receiving a Tiny House designed and constructed by the Department of Sustainable Technology & the Built Environment. LIFE Village is an integrated community for adults with autism and related disorders to live, learn, and grow in a safe, supportive environment. The Tiny House was designed and constructed as part of a summer class taught by Chris Schoonover and Ray Sinclair. A dozen students worked tirelessly for five weeks and were responsible for all phases of the project. The Department of Sustainable Technology & the Built Environment and LIFE Village have plans to collaborate on additional Tiny Houses, with the goal of providing affordable housing and independence to exceptional members of our High Country community. 

LIFE Village Tiny House Ribbon Cutting
Published: Aug 31, 2018 10:20am