FOR KIDS AND
"Go back to
basics without going back
COME WITH YOUR PARTNER
A brand new creative space in Geneva where you are gently guided into woodcrafting, the use of tools and machines.
If you're a beginner, you'll leave with your first beautiful product after a discovery session.
If you know what you want, you can become a member to have access to the facilities or just rent a workbench.
It’s also a place where you can make noise, dust, bring a school class, a company team or your friends to build together.
Working with warm organic materials is a grounding experience that triggers creativity and physical problem solving skills.
Learning to handle tools reignites the hand-brain-eye cognitive connection taking us back to basics.
Being able to make tangible products with our hands empowers us to make better consumer choices, buy less, waste less and make more.
SO WHY NOT TRY SOMETHING NEW TODAY?
You will discover woodworking, woodturning, ornamental wood carving and you will gain confidence in handling tools and machines.
We offer several summer camps for kids and teens and birthday party craft space with a take-home project.
& TEENS ACITIVITIES
Nothing compares to seeing a project to grow from a simple inquiry into a modern business you can be truly proud of
Born and raised in Hungary, having lived and worked in the UK, Sri Lanka and Panama once I arrived in Geneva I was looking for a workshop where I could cut my Guadua Bamboo for sculpting.
As we all do, I shouted out on Facebook to see if anyone knew a local workshop. Having realized that at least 30 others were searching for the same, I decided to validate the idea of an open woodworking space. Everything began with that Facebook thread.
Rocky as the road may have been for Knock On Wood, today we have a beautiful craft space in Geneva that serves as an umbrella organization for artisans wanting to grow in a collaborative environment. We also serve as an educational and recreational space for those who want to reconnect with manual skills and learn different crafting.
Humans need tangible results of their work to be satisfied and balanced. Woodworking and handling tools ticks all the missing boxes.