Built in 1970, this 13,562-square-foot facility was originally the home of Ivan Allen office supply and interior design firm, later purchased by Joseph Byrd and Associates, a stock photography company next door. SCAD acquired the space in 2001 and is now home to the jewelry department. It also houses SCADlab, which offers 3D printers and large format photo printers that are available to all students.
Fahm Hall features technology that enables students to fabricate, cast, finish, enamel, laser weld, anodize, electroplate, electroform, smith silver and set stones. Tools include LaserStar Compact and LaserStar workstations for laser welding, ROD Induction Heating Solution for casting, a microscope system, a Stratasys Dimension SST 1200 printer for ABS plastic, two Solidscape T66 wax printers, two Roland JWX-10 milling machines, and four advanced SensAble pens for digital sculpting, among other tools.