In addition to a world-class library and outstanding computing facilities throughout the university, the Department of Design + Environmental Analysis has a series of more specialized instructional and research facilities students regularly use.
DLib - Design Resource Library
Located in room 1424 MVR Hall, the Design Resource Center (dLib) inspires students with the most up-to-date materials and innovative resources for interior designers, product designers, ergonomists, and facility planners. It facilitates collaboration and exploration while developing smart solutions to conceptual and real world situations. dLib creates a learning hub for DEA students and professors of all disciplines, and provides a way to foster relationships with vendors and alumni. Monthly vendor reps come to display and provide samples to the latest materials and products on the market.
Design Studios and Galleries
D+EA has a gallery space within MVR Hall. This space features rotating exhibitions of both student and faculty work. The glass facade allows work to be displayed into the main corridor, showcasing the work to students, faculty, and visitors. The moveable walls and track ceiling grid provide molecularity for different gallery configurations.
College of Human Ecology Digital Design Fabrication Studio
Located on lower level of the Human Ecology Building (HEB), the Digital Design Fabrication Studio provides a suite of equipment for any construction or modeling projects. Besides standard wood working equipment, there is a laser cutter and 3D printer. With a stunning view of Beebe Lake in the background, this provides great views while crafting your latest project. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for questions.
The lighting lab provides on hand experience with current hardware on the market. Additionally, this space is used to teach the impact of different lighting systems and intensity on our perception of the built environment. The tactile walls also make this a great critique space.