Friday, June 6, 2008

Viking House

Come take a short tour with me. It's the Viking House. The Viking house class builds one every year. The students take woods, and construction classes as prerequisites. Then they apply to take this class. Not everyone is picked to be on the crew. They earn college credit along with their high school credit, and are able to go on to advanced building technologies at the college level of work in the field.
This is the 2008 house. They have built almost every part .
Before you go inside, you will see custom woodwork that is a hallmark throughout the house.
Wood floors throughout, this medallion greets you in the entry, and was a senior project of one of the students.
Painted wood paneling lines the hall.
Looking down the hall, to the great room, the wood floors and ceiling reflect the soft lighting.
The great room is dominated by the stone floor to ceiling fireplace. The ceiling sores 14' high in this part of the house, giving the feeling of space. The house has 7 skylights. You can see the light playing on the paneling and molding.
Custom kitchen, everyone's dream. There are so many unique features here and through the house. Every space is used for efficient storage.The spacious main bathroom. All the cabinetry in the house has been made by students also.
The tile walk in shower in the master bath. This is one small corner. No bumping your elbow on the wall here. It's huge!
It is all truly amazing work. Each room has built in custom features, all made by these students, this school year.
This is my son, who was part of this project. I'm so proud of him and the rest of the crew. He is a senior and graduating. I'm glad he has these skills to use as he takes this next big step in life.


Krista said...

That's a beautiful house! It's a lucky family that buys it. GREAT JOB, PAUL!!!!

Adrienne said...

Gorgeous house. Good workmanship. Congratulations to your son. ~Adrienne~

Mrs.Kwitty said...

Wow!!! That is a gorgeous house--the detail work is just amazing. What a fine job the kids did--give your son a big pat on the back for a job well done. I can see why you are are proud of him!!
Smiles, Karen

Look Beyond The Picket Fence said...

The house is just beautiful. I love the white paneled walls and the wood floors. That is quite an accomplishment. They should all be so proud. It is nce to have a carpenter in the family!

frenchcanadianmissionary said...


Go Paul!!!

And happy graduation!


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