Design Studio 1, is where students cook, work on handicrafts, and create 3D products. Students work with a range of materials, such as textiles, wood, and clay, utilizing basic production methods such as cutting, sewing, molding, and joining.
Design Studio 2, is where students create, build, and sculpt utilizing other production methods such as carpentry, CAD drawing, 3D printing, and laser cutting. In this studio, the students work with materials such as wood, acrylic, metals, epoxy resin, and silicone.
Design Studio 3, also known as the project room, is a space with natural, recycled, and raw materials for long-term classroom projects, which are part of the curriculum.