Every building site in the industry needs machines for carpentry/woodwork. Working in heritage worksites specifically require such machinery, in order to repair windows, doors, floorings and other wooden artefacts. In Vila Itororó Canteiro Aberto this carpentry area is not restricted to restoration work: it is open for the city to use. Here it is possible to design and create furniture, and also devise their usages, always getting down to working and building them oneself. All furniture used in the shed was collectively built in the carpentry workshop. This workshop is open to public usage in specific times, with the presence of the technicians, and is also activated by means of workshops on urban furniture, reuse of materials and others.

At left, detail of Vila Itororó Patterns, by Mônica Nador