ISBA’s student lounge is a 1200 ft2, 1 ½ story Cedar Timber Post and Beam structure. This building was built by students in the class of 2002. There is a student built Rumford stone fireplace in this structure as well. The lounge is the home of our student class room. This is where all of the theoretical components of our courses are laid out and taught. It also contains a small kitchen where coffee and lunches can be made/ heated and enjoyed while basking in the warmth of the fireplace and visiting with fellow students. This structure is plumbed from a cistern and has a full bathroom for the students to use. The student lounge is finished in polystyrene/stucco infill panels and is an excellent finished example of what can be done with what we teach here.
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