University Liggett School, MI

University Liggett School was looking for ways to create opportunities for students to connect, collaborate, and create. 

Makerspace Director Nicholas Provenzano envisioned a new creation space consisting of three dedicated makerspace rooms that would support students in the design thinking process. “By creating Design, Prototyping, and Fabrication rooms, students can physically move through the design process,” said Provenzano.

Provenzano turned to Demco’s interior solutions consultants to help him define the design, the furnishings, and the flow for each space. “Our goal was to allow students to explore STEAM in detail by giving them access to all of the same materials when working on projects and giving them opportunities to demonstrate understanding in a wide variety of ways. Our expanded makerspace allows students to do just that,” shared Provenzano.

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Location: Grosse Pointe Woods, MI



Client: University Liggett School


Consultants: Steve Scicchitano, Demco Interiors Solution Consultant; Angela Loewecke, Demco Interior Designer


Population Served: 700 students


Completion Date: October 2018