Exploring Birdsong Studio 3.0
Heather and I had to duck into the city yesterday to visit our studio storage pod. We used the opportunity as an excuse to pop into SEED Homes, as it is a short ten minute drive from the pod. Fridays are usually pretty quiet on the shop floor, but it was hopping yesterday. The workers were pulling some overtime as things are so incredibly busy on both the SEED Homes and industrial sides of the business.
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The studio will largely be a working space. We will be laying a roll of poly down across the whole floor and covering that with canvas so that we don't damage or splatter the bamboo hardwood. When we want to spruce things up and do a mini-exhibition, we'll just roll up the floor protection and away we go.
This journey has had its fair share of ups and downs, but things feel so good at the moment with the house largely complete and the studio building making such great progress. Along the entire way, the SEED Homes team members have been so great to work with. When we were frustrated, they allowed us to vent. When we had questions or concerns, they were responsive. When milestones were reached, they celebrated with us. I see more celebrating in the very near future with Birdsong Studio 3.0 makes its journey from southeast Calgary to High River.