built x autonomy:  Selvin Varghese, Diksha Garg 

The demands placed on our spaces change throughout time. Urban surroundings of today require constant growth and modification. Buildings are frequently designed with the intention of fulfilling particular purposes and user groups and are not subject to significant modification over their existence. Although functions may evolve over time, form is what endures. 

built x autonomy has a singular aim, to enable ‘making’ accessible. These are essentially open workshops that provide participants with materials, space, and even know-how to create with. It seeks to foster a maker community in which people with diverse interests and curiosities may come together to experiment, design, and construct, hence boosting opportunities for creative problem solving and cooperation. The spaces not only provide access to equipment, but also provide possibilities to interact with other similarly minded persons, further diversifying collaboration prospects. 

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