Engineering Studio Break Ground at ASU

by Katie Sloan

The project will provide state-of-the-art design space for engineering students.

Tempe, Ariz. — Construction had commenced for a new design studio for students of Arizona State University’s engineering program. The eSpace Studio will consist of two main rooms containing interactive design areas, projection screens, whiteboard and writable glass walls, modular elements, and display cases. The studio space replaces classrooms and office currently located in the G Wing of the Engineering Center. It abuts the first completed eSpace facility at the school, the High-Performance Computing Lab. Completion is expected in the fall. Cannon Design is the project architect.

— Coleman Wood

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