Adam Savage’s Maker Tour: Albert and Tina Small Center For Collaborative Design

Adam stops by the inspiring Tulane School of Architecture’s Albert and Tina Small Center for Collaborative Design, which marries its students with real-world projects in a post-Katrina world. After watching student works on their current project, Adam visits a local homeless shelter to learn about one of the center’s recent builds: an outdoor space that the class conceived, designed and built in just 16 weeks!

This series and tour is made possible by The Fab Foundation
(http://www.fabfoundation.org/) and Chevron (https://www.chevron.com/).

Produced by Kristen Lomasney
Edited by Thomas Crenshaw

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