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Carnegie Mellon University, ANSYS Hall Featured in Metropolis

Writer Deane Madsen explores the design process that created an adaptive, LEED Gold makerspace on the Carnegie Mellon campus.

"It’s more of a framework than a set space, with mounting points and powered connections everywhere, which should allow adaptability as technology—and along with it, the school’s focus—advances."
Deane Madsen, Metropolis

A new hive for teaching, prototyping, and fabrication at Carnegie Mellon University, ANSYS Hall adds capacity for the school’s robust engineering program and compliments its historic character. Read the full article at Metropolis below.