With the Architecture and Interior Design Workshops, the Digital Fabrication Laboratory is part of the facilities for model and prototype construction at the Faculty of Architecture and Design. Here, students, staff and teachers receive professional support for the preparation and production of working, presentation and exhibition models in the fields of interior design, architecture and urban planning. Various CNC-controlled precision machines can be used for cutting or additive manufacturing of components from different materials. Data can be checked, corrected and put into production at flexible BYOD workstations. In this way, the lab enables a closed digital process chain to support the design process from the idea to the 1:1 prototype.

Room Building 4, U1.32
Phone 0711 / 8926-2823
Opening Hours Monday to Friday from 9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.

Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Andreas Kretzer, laboratory manager
Elisabeth Bokesch, workshop manager
Dipl.-Des. (FH) Holger Bitterberg, technical assistant 
Dennis Rigal, student assistant
Nik Kemerle, student assistant

All further and detailed information on hardware, file preparation and appointment booking in the HFT-Wiki.