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 5 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.
The student body has been afforded dedicated studio space that encourages the mixing of students and faculty of different levels, and with different interests.
Students who utilize the Architecture studio, which is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week for the entire semester, are asked to abide by a set of rules to keep the studio clean, welcoming, and efficient.
The Digital Media Design Studio is a collaborative and interdisciplinary learning environment for creating course-related multimedia presentations, projects, and portfolios.
From outsource solutions to the Ruggles Architecture Studio, students can benefit from specialized printing, now with the added flexibility to submit prints from anywhere.
Architecture Students have access to 3D printing capability in the Ruggles Architecture Studio
The School of Architecture houses laser cutters in Ruggles Architecture Studio for enrolled students.
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.