The Department of Interior Architecture and Design recently expanded the wood shop studio and opened Studio D: Design and Fabrication Studio at the Carnaghi Arts Building. Studio D is home to the department wood shop which includes traditional milling and woodworking equipment. It also houses digital fabrication equipment such as an Epilog laser cutter, a 2Bot subtractive model maker, and a Makerbot additive 3d printer.
This new facility will serve all students in the department and opens this fall semester. The department thanks Marlo Ransdell, Richard Brunck, the CAB Board, and the theatre scenic design students for their help in making this happen.