maker space

The maker spaces are zones for people of all ages to learn how various forms of waste can be recycled with a focus on communal learning and education through experience. The indoor spaces comprise of kids and adults areas with sinks, stoves and work surfaces for hands on participation. They allow visitors to be involved in activities such as cooking with food waste, minimal waste cooking, using food waste to grow your vegetables/fruit, and waste-based dye sessions. Serving as research laboratories and areas for open discussion with experts, the maker spaces are also available for design residents to hold practical workshops related to their ongoing projects.

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