Building a Timber Sculpture
To produce a sculpture from a piece of wood with your own hands is a remarkable experience. With the support of a carpenter, your team plans and conducts their own timber structure project. First individual groups devise their ideas and decide on the best proposal. A possible topic, for example, could be 'growth'. Each participant then gets their identical four pieces of wood to work on. This means each team member has to get busy. Later all individual mini creations are assembled into one final piece. For this purpose sound planning and good teamwork are absolutely essential.
Of course expert staff, such as carpenters, are always present and happy to advise.
Alternatively, there is the option of compiling an entirely tailor-made programme according to customer requirements. Another version of this programme would be to create a sculpture from logs of varying thickness.
With this programme we put a special focus on safety. Therefore, no dangerous machinery is used.
Reflection on the Team Development Process
Instead of learning just from their own experience and the guides' feedback there is the option of consulting a professional coach. He will take an observing role. He reflects and offers feedback. Together with the participants he translates the experience into daily work life. Such maximising the benefits of this teambuilding programme.
Prices [in Swiss Francs]
|up to 16 pers.||3190.00 flat rate|
|from 17 pers.||199.00 / pers.|
|from 25 pers.||189.00 / pers.|
|from 35 pers.||179.00 / pers.|
|Refreshments / Aperitif||from 21.00 / pers.|
These prices include
- Qualified staff and a professional carpenter
- Required tools
- Timber provided
- Workshop hire in Frümsen SG
Group size15 - 50 participants
DurationFrom half a day
LocationFrümsen SG or anywhere in Switzerland
PremisesWorkshop, up to 50 people, heatable
- Hiring a barn in the Zurich area
- Reflection on team performance by a coach
- Additional material e.g. soap stone
- Additional timber according to your requirements
- English- or French-speaking guides and translator