There is more information about each of the locations you can apply to below.
Fablab Barcelona @ IAAC
Established in 2007 within IAAC, FabLab Barcelona is a widely recognised leader within the MIT FabLab Network both as an educational center coordinating the global FabAcademy course and as a independent research platform.
Our new Green FabLab is located within 20 minutes from the Barcelona city center and focuses on the integration of digital technologies with natural resources, with research programs focusing on the development of new environmentally friendly materials and fabrication processes.
The educational programme at the Green Fablab focuses on the integration of traditional crafts and fabrication with digital fabrication technologies, making it the ideal scenario for the Made@EU workshops. This FabLab is equipped with both large and small milling machines, laser cutter, 3D printer and vinyl cutter, as well as a brand new industrial robotic arm and a full woodworking workshop.
ENSCI - École nationale supérieure de création industrielle
We are an interdisciplinary, industrial design, graduate-level school in the heart of Paris that offers advanced study, consultancy and research in all aspects of contemporary design practice as well as a Textile designer master (DT), a professional master in Design and contemporary technology (CtC) and the Innovation by Design (IdB) programme for non-designers.
Les Ateliers is recognised for its innovative approach to design education, based on diversity of student profiles, individualised programming and project-based learning.
The school is located in historic premises near the Bastille - once home to the workshops of the decorator Jansen and is open 24 hours a day all year round..
Plymouth College of Art
The brand new Fab Lab at Plymouth College of Art, offers Made@EU project participants, the unique opportunity to explore high end technologies and in addition, cross over into the new £8m Contemporary Crafts and Design Workshops. The project’s first phase consists of a highly subsidized five-day intensive ‘hands-on’ introduction to 3-D digital fabrication systems for professional practitioners to be run at Plymouth College of Art from the 9th to the 13th February 2015.
The Fab Lab Plymouth workshop, equipped with the latest generation of computer controlled machines, is capable of working on a micron scale, allowing users to produce usable objects which not only fulfil their needs but also reflect their values. It is a free resource fully equipped with a 3D scanner, lazer cutter, 3 CNC milling machines, CNC router, 3D colour printer and vinyl cutter. The college look forward to Made@EU participants exploring the potential of 3-D digital technologies, including how they might integrate and enhance traditional creative processes.