This after school project was started with the idea to create more personal, individual workspaces for students who want and need to work in their own space. A few years ago, we did an Art room redesign, with one of the elements focusing on larger, more collaborative work spaces. The idea was to bring students together to work. After the re-design, I continued to realize the classroom was set up primarily for one type of student, not acknowledging the need for those of us who needed our own space. As an introvert myself, I always knew I worked best in a quiet space, isolated or with minimal distractions. Why were we not setting up the classroom for these learners? At the start of the 2019 school year, we collected discarded wood pallets. Students realized their need for independent work spaces and started to to organically create make shift learning spaces which they called "introvert spaces." With that, it confirmed the idea we needed more permanent structures in place for all learners. We formed an after school club and are moving forward to design and build our "introvert spaces." This project was midway, ironically and abruptly interrupted by Pandemic.