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Stereotomy w/ Patrick Moore

  • Sam Beauford Woodshop 2300 North Adrian Highway Adrian, MI, 49221 United States (map)

5 Days: Monday, Feb. 24th - Friday, Feb 28th

Photo by Robin D'Oliveira

8 AM- 5 PM

Instructor: Patrick Moore


Location: Sam Beauford Woodshop (Building #41) Adrian, Michigan 49221

Ages 16 & Up

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Stereotomy employs working drawings to design and construct structures both simple and complex. It is an empirically based method that has been used for millennia in the design and construction of European cathedrals, fortresses, castles, including historically classified UNESCO world heritage monuments such as the Chartres Cathedral. Students of practical stereotomy become knowledgeable through hands-on experience of a process which makes the most complex designs very manageable. In truth, the experience of this approach not only provides students with new skills and enhances those they already possess, but in fact transforms them in a more profound way. They begin not only to do things differently and think differently, but indeed to see differently. To see now what before they could not see. The result of this experience is that students are now able to undertake with confidence projects they previously found intimidating or too complex to attempt.

If you have any questions, please contact Patrick Moore at 819-664-9596 or

Luke Barnett at (517) 902-8383 or

Cover Photo by Patrick Moore

Maximum 8