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The Autodesk Technology Center in Boston is a research and development workspace focused on innovation in architecture, engineering, and construction.

Transforming how we build

The Autodesk Technology Center in Boston invites teams from startups, universities, and industry to explore ways to advance the building industry. With a focus on industrialized construction, digital fabrication, automation and robotics in construction, resident teams test and develop solutions to improve how we build the places where we live and work.

Resident projects in Boston

  • Hand Made Prosthetics

    Working out of the Autodesk Technology Center at the Boston BUILD Space, Braden Leonard and his team are using state of the art equipment to design and build custom prosthetics.

  • Howick

    By engaging the Technology Center as an equipment partner, Howick has provided a digital-design-to-automated construction platform that has expanded the boundaries of what is possible for both onsite and offsite industrialized construction.

  • Perkins + Will

    Perkins + Will’s Technology Lab leveraged its previous research into mass timber and robotic fabrication, combining expertise across offices in a year-long effort.

  • AI SpaceFactory

    AI SpaceFactory joined the Residency Program at the Autodesk Technology Center in Boston to explore the future of design and construction outside of earthly confines.

  • The OKOA Project

    The Okoa Project has developed a motorcycle ambulance trailer to increase access to healthcare in Tanzania.

Become a resident team

The residency program provides open workspaces and equipment for teams doing forward-looking work in the areas of construction, manufacturing, and emerging technologies.

Technology center locations

San Francisco

A hub for research, development and demonstration of new manufacturing technologies, the technology center in San Francisco is also exploring processes relating to the concept of configurable microfactories.


Based out of the MaRS Discovery District, this center explores technologies to help us design and make in previously unimaginable ways. It is home to advanced research in areas such as machine learning, generative design, and artificial intelligence.


At the technology center in Birmingham, Autodesk works with customers across industries to help them develop new manufacturing and fabrication techniques to transform how things are made.