The DI HUB – formerly the 1971 Art Building originally designed by Australian architect John Andrews – serves as the focal point for design innovation activities on Kent State university's Kent campus. The DI HUB boasts a series of collaborative workspaces, maker environments, classrooms, and event venues that enable the building to operate as an open-access collaborative maker and innovation accelerator.
As a key component of the Kent State University Design Innovation Ecosystem, the DI HUB’s ultimate goal is to activate a community of inquisitive collaborators and to facilitate cross-disciplinary communication and problem-solving. Learn more about the unique spaces and resources in the DI HUB by exploring the links below.
DI HUB Emergency Response Plan (pdf)