CDR “Complex” active for fall classes

Classes resumed at the School of Architecture, Design & Planning with all three buildings of the CDR becoming utilized for the first time. After spending the summer cleaning and renovating the iconic “Barn,” the CDR was able to launch the term with occupancy. The upper part of the Barn is now referred to as Studio 1 and will be used exclusively for the industry sponsored project for Bayer HealthCare. Students engaged in the project will have their own workspaces which consist of a donation by Herman Miller of their “Resolve” office system. Studio 2 located on the lower level will be utilized by students in Mr. Yoshi Sato’s industrial design class. Mr. Sato is the Industrial Design Manager at Garmin and is teaching Prof. Lance Rake’s class while he is away on sabbatical. The “804” building continues to be used by Prof. Michael Eckersley’s MA Interaction and Design Management graduate students as well as its continued use as a conference and classroom space. The renovated historic “FarmHouse” is used for faculty and MA graduate student use as well as kitchen and separate breakout meeting space.


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