Suffern High School Presentation:
Victory Village Interiors
Suffern, New York, High School Students in the Interior Design Class, under the direction of their teacher, Shawna Strenfel, were invited to present their ideas for the interiors of the tiny homes that will comprise Rumshock’s Victory Village Community. Victory Village is a custom-building project, that’s the first master-planned tiny house community, on 75 acres. The pint-sized village initially consisting of six dwellings with private backyards will cater to ecologically aware small space veteran dwellers. Edible herb landscaping, a hydroponic production facility, as well as a glorious urban garden are just some of the green amenities that are planned.
All homes will include energy-saving features for reducing the community’s overall footprint including solar power and water reclamation. In 2020 Rumshock Veterans Foundation was awarded a $400,000 grant from NY State Sen. Jen Metzger for this project.
Concept 1By Kirsten Torsoe, Olivia Alm, as well as Kori Saber
Group 1 Presentation
Concept 2By Fiona Young, Rylee Costilla, Justin Lee, and Ewa Topczewski
Group 2 Presentation
Concept 3By Lika, Samatha, Casandra, and Alexandra
Group 3 PresentationClick for link to Concept 3 Presentation
Concept 4By Rachelle Meehan, Isabelle Hernandez, Madison Neff and Abigail Flannery
Group 4 Presentation
Concept 5By Katie McCarthy, Giovanna Palsa, & Melany Mazariegos
Group 5 Presentation
Concept 6By Emily Burakowski, Mia Breauninger, Allison Strey
Group 3 Presentation
We are grateful to the students from Suffern High School’s Interior Design class who have demonstrated such creativity and dedication to the goals of the Rumshock Foundation. We look forward to continuing our relationship with them as our project unfolds and begins to develop. Thank you!