Imagination, 3D printing, laser cutting and auto mechanics are all elements of Urban Workshop’s brand-new facility.
Urban Workshop. a member-based DIY maker space, opened its doors in Irvine in July of 2014. At the time, their 5,500-square-foot facility seemed spacious.
This April, they more than tripled their creative space–by moving to an 18,500-square-foot location in Costa Mesa.
Not only does the new space allow for expansion of popular features…
…it also incorporates some brand-new ones.
In addition to being a maker community, Urban Workshop teaches more than 80 classes–available to both members and nonmembers.
In early June, Urban Workshop Office Manager Melinda Murray gave a tour of the new facility and talked about the ways Urban Workshop is allowing makers to go with their imagination and turn inspiration into reality.