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CNM is coming to downtown Albuquerque and Baker A+D has been involved in everything from branding and graphics to interior design and furniture selection. This will be the third off-campus development for CNM and the curriculum is based around technology driven careers. The Center will offer everything from a coding bootcamp to prototyping classes and business incubators for young entrepreneurs.

The design draws directly from the curriculum by incorporating elements developed through modern fabrication techniques and by juxtaposing finished and raw materials. The program includes classroom and lecture spaces, meeting rooms, a communal break space, 3D print lab, coding salon and office space. The interior colors and textile selections identify with the known CNM brand while still promoting a new and modern learning environment independent of the main campus. The center is set to open September 5, 2014.
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