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Ball State Makerspace

Ball State University's Living Learning Makerspace is a crucible of innovation, active learning, and entrepreneurial spirit, designed to nurture the next generation of educators through hands-on, 'maker' education. This hyper-flexible, adaptable lab transcends its primary role, evolving into a vibrant community hub where students, faculty, and staff forge cross-disciplinary and cross-cultural connections.  




Designed for simplicity and adaptability, the makerspace prioritizes visibility, durability, and high functionality, ensuring an environment where both learning and scientific exploration are continuously showcased. Aptly likened to a 'Swiss Army Knife,' it remains flexible, ready to evolve with shifting educational tools and methodologies.

Information
  • Sector: Higher Education
  • Scope: Architecture, Interior Design
  • Muncie, Indiana
  • 2021
  • 2,000 SF
Project Team
Robert V. Reis
Design Principal
Collaborators
CSO Architects
Prime Architect
Fink Roberts & Petrie
Structural Engineering
Ross & Baruzzini
MEP Engineering
Schneider Corporation
Civil Engineering
Rundell Ernstberger Assoc.
Landscape Architecture
Purcell + Noppe
Acoustics Consultant
Ralph Gerdes Consultants
Code Consultant