Architecture Creative Spaces


The Architecture department is home to the Ruggles Architecture Studio, a 24-hour access studio space for students in our program.  The space has 300 work desks for students and  4 critique spaces for pin ups and reviews. There is a laser cutter lab, a model shop, a craft area, 3D printers and digital output to tabloid printers.

Check out this video to get a more in-depth look at the Studio:


Fall 2021 Studio Protocol →

CAMD Maker Space Training Workshops Fall 2021

Studio Culture →

The stu­dent body has been afforded ded­i­cated stu­dio space that encour­ages the mix­ing of stu­dents and fac­ulty of dif­fer­ent lev­els, and with dif­fer­ent interests.

Studio Rules →

Students who utilize the Architecture studio are asked to abide by a set of rules to keep the studio clean, welcoming, and efficient.

Critique Spaces→

There are flexible critiques spaces in the Ruggles Studio that can be reserved for pin up, lectures, cries and special events.

Digital Media Design →

The Dig­i­tal Media Design Stu­dio is a col­lab­o­ra­tive and inter­dis­ci­pli­nary learn­ing envi­ron­ment for cre­at­ing course-related mul­ti­me­dia pre­sen­ta­tions, projects, and portfolios.

Printing →

From outsource solutions to the Ruggles Archi­tec­ture Studio, stu­dents can ben­e­fit from spe­cial­ized print­ing, now with the added flex­i­bil­ity to sub­mit prints from anywhere.

3D Printing →

Architecture Students have access to 3D printing capability in the Ruggles Architecture Studio

Laser Cutters →

The School of Architecture houses laser cutters in  Ruggles Archi­tec­ture Studio for enrolled students.

Model Shop →

The Ruggles Model shop provides our students with access to a variety of power tools and work space for use in working on their projects.


The school offers orientations and tutorials for our students for our facilities, work flows and software