Our unique research and development workshop in Boston provides a venue for architecture, engineering, and construction professionals to experiment in a shared, collaborative environment.
BUILD Space grand opening
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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A community of innovators
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.
Meet our BUILDers in Residence
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.
Elkus Manfredi Architects
Architecture and design firm Elkus Manfredi uses BUILD Space equipment to prototype and develop new techniques for historical preservation.
Design that Matters
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.
Harvard Graduate School of Design
Volkan Alkanoglu’s graduate studio is designing superlight aluminum structures by applying techniques of the aviation and automobile industry to custom CNC-cut components.
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SUBMIT YOUR PROJECT
Do you have a research project or startup in the building industry? Apply to our BUILDers in Residence program.