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Eichberg Hall is the heart of the School of Building Arts and home to its many related disciplines. The neighboring SCAD Museum of Art, the rich history of Savannah's living laboratory, and the features of Eichberg Hall listed below equip building arts students with the tools they need to research, analyze and create buildings, interior spaces and urban plans.
PC- and projector-equipped classrooms enrich the teaching and learning experience by allowing students to follow along or work on their own research or renderings.
Eichberg's materials room houses volumes of information on, and samples of, material used in the design and construction of buildings.
Large studio classrooms give School of Building Arts students ample space to research, build and learn.
Collaborative projects prepare students for professional experiences and real-world career situations.