Fabricative Materials & Technology

lsu doctor of design

Fabricative Materials & Technology is one of the four areas of specialization within the LSU College of Art & Design’s Doctor of Design in Cultural Preservation.

The Fabricative Materials & Technology specialization covers the inquiry and exploration through digital design as a research tool contributing to the analysis, understanding, and improvement of the built environment at new levels of scale and complexity, with an experimental design project that develops new methods, material systems, or technologies in digital design and fabrication through production of a large-scale artifact and a critical thesis.