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On October 5, 2016, Boston mayor Martin J. Walsh joined the Autodesk BUILD (Building, Innovation, Learning, and Design) Space community for a ribbon-cutting and celebration.
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The Autodesk BUILDers in Residence program supports research and startup teams as they build and test projects and prototypes. Residents can access training, expertise, areas for large-project work, and more than 60 pieces of advanced fabrication machinery.
Our BUILDers in Residence are working on projects in digital fabrication, sustainable design, construction, design robotics, and more.
Boston-based startup Pillar Technologies is building a hardware-to-software solution to predict and prevent damage on construction sites through the use of on-site sensors.
Architecture and design firm Elkus Manfredi uses BUILD Space equipment to prototype and develop new techniques for historical preservation.
Design that Matters is a nonprofit dedicated to solving problems in developing countries. The organization is currently working on a warming bassinet for low-birthweight newborns.
Volkan Alkanoglu’s graduate studio is designing superlight aluminum structures by applying techniques of the aviation and automobile industry to custom CNC-cut components.