Facilities & Equipment
The new Siebel Center for Design is one component of a larger cross-campus, multidisciplinary effort to harness the potential of design thinking and design learning in our teaching, research and engagement. Through this effort, we will channel our students’ outstanding talents to develop expertise, passion and creativity toward issues and lives of consequence. Students from across campus and all fields of study will explore ideas and master skills through action—immersing, designing, making, doing.
Facilities and Resources that will tentatively be available at the Siebel Center for Design
Metal/Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Workshop
3D Printing Workshop
Sewing and Soft Materials Workshop
High Bay Working Space
Materials Library (where items can be checked out)
Collaboration Rooms to Reserve
The catalyst for this learning network will be an iconic new 60,000 square feet facility: its central station and headquarters. It will provide program space and will serve as the central station learning across disciplines, realities and cultures. The Siebel Center for Design will embody our institutional commitment to world-class education and discovery with societal purpose and relevance, as we engage the world—to act, to lead, to change.
The Siebel Center for Design will equip students with new and exceptional sets of skills, fostered by a culture of multi- and transdisciplinary education and student-led problem discovery and problem solving.