The undergraduate design studios are in a sense, student offices. Students have 24/7 access to their studios and do all sketching, drawing, and simple “desk-top technology” modeling in their own areas. There are four studios, one for each year of study. Students registered in studio courses are expected to work in studio and everyone is provided with a dedicated space to work and store belongings.


The graduate design studio is an 1100 square-foot natural-light space located in the Azrieli Pavilion, room 430. The studio has dedicated space for up to 24 graduate students in a variety of arrangements to suit different working configurations. It has natural light streaming in from two walls and a small boardroom-like atmosphere for class meetings and lectures.  It shares a large foyer with the Azreili School of Architecture and Urbanism in which presentations and interdicisplinary activities can take place.