At 128,573 square-feet, this former carriage factory showcases historic brick and striking, exposed, wooden beam structural elements. The facility is equipped with 800+ computers. To cut down on static from the amount of electronics, recycled tires have been used as flooring. This three-story building is home to the interactive design and game development, animation, visual effects and motion media design departments. Students in these fields undergo rigorous coursework from their first year to their last and often go on to pursue careers as interface designers, programmers, animators, digital modelers, storyboard and concept artists, demo artists, commercial designers, audiovisual producers, digital compositors, shader writers and compositing supervisors.