Visitors will be taken through Design Fugitive’s humming shop where they will see how analog practices and digital design work hand-in-hand. Through the shop, they will be brought to our gallery where prototypes are on display, showcasing the diverse range of materials and processes that inform our final installations. CNC demonstrations will be held throughout the day.
One of Walker’s Point’s largest buildings, The Walsh Building, was constructed in 1899 by Crane and Barkhausen. Highlighting the iconic cream city brick, this Romanesque Revival style building serves as a historic Walker’s Point landmark. After functioning as a tin can distributor, the building the was sold to John Deere.