Studio 1

is a public art project, mobile work space and micro residency center funded in part by the Center for Cultural Innovation.  The 65 square foot “off the grid” solar powered art studio is built on the back of a flat bed trailer and can be deployed to locations around the Bay Area as needed to support various public art projects and performances.  Studio 1 is built primarily of reclaimed and salvage materials, designed and constructed by David Szlasa.  The public launch of Studio 1 took place at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts BAN7 festival in August, 2014. 

Trailer gets to the shop

The work space

Materials accumulate

Shopping trip

Electrical diagram

Custom Router Table to cut lap joints in the reclaimed redwood

siding starts going up

Reclaimed Redwood siding was old fencing material

Sub floor installed!  Level and water tight...

truck full of reclaimed redwood

Doors go on - reclaimed from an office building and cut to size.

New, reclaimed windows off Craigslist

Framing layout