Architecture Facilities

Advanced digital fabrication equipment including laser cutters, 3D printers CNC routers among many others are deeply embedded into our curriculum. Students learn to use these tools and apply them into their design process.
Our newly established robotics lab is exploring emerging methods of representation and fabrication within architecture and design. As robot technology is rapidly advancing within architecture practice we conduct hands-on research tied to the profession and potential building applications.
Our fully equipped wood-shop facilities include a full array of hand tools, table saws, drill presses, and a host of other tools. The shop is staffed by qualified shop technicians that support students in realizing a wide array of projects: from an intricate architectural model, to a custom furniture piece, or even larger installations.
The metal shop expands students opportunities to realize their projects and explore the potentials of different material expression and technique. Students can learn a variety of metal fabrication processes.
The large open atrium is literally the heart of our school, it is here where we conduct events, public lectures, and presentations of student work.
Both online and onsite studio environments in the architecture programs encourage public and transparent dialogue between students and faculty. Onsite students see quickly that the environment is one of open studio “classrooms” and presentation spaces. Online, students are engaged in discussion and activities through the online platform as well as social media and real time streaming of our events. 
Discover a wealth of architecture, art and design information in our university’s main library. Enjoy our DVD theater, stock photography and illustrations, research databases, and virtual reference material on a variety of subjects.

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