LOCATIONS AND FACILITIES
Eichberg Hall and Eichberg Hall Extension
24 hours a day
seven days a week
Address229 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Students in Eichberg Hall have access to a materials room, model shop, studio space and drafting and graphic classrooms.
Collaborative partnerships with companies such as Candlewood Suites introduce students to industry experiences.
Students have access to programs such as AutoCAD, Microstation and Revit for architectural renderings.
The Model Shop has tabletop machines, hand-operated machines and two laser cutters available for student use.
Collaborative projects prepare students for professional experiences and real-world career situations.
How we live with each other in the future will depend in a large part on urban design professionals.
Students are given a desk as studio space to use for the quarter and typically become close to those in their studio class.
The architecture program pays for architecture students to attend an intensive LEED workshop in their third year.
All students must pass a written and hands-on test in front of the model shop monitor before using any machines.
Students learn to draft by hand before learning to use computer graphics to create designs and renderings.
Industry partnerships allow students to experience professional situations through meetings and presentations.
The materials room has catalogs of various items used in the building arts, an asset to student projects.
Students present final project proposals to Staybridge Suites representatives at the end of the 10-week collaboration.