Foto: Cecilia Casas
In 2009 the Graduate School of Design in 2009 moved to its current location on Avenida de María Zambrano nº 3, on the left bank of the Ebro River.
The new building was designed by architect Joaquín Sicilia and It is part of an architectural ensemble of three separate volumes that host the School of Art, School of Design and Multifunctional rooms: auditorium, cafeteria, exhibition hall and terrace.
The spaces of the School of Design are defined in a ground floor plus three.
The first of these floors has (in) the hall, reception areas, concierge, management offices, head of studies and secretariat two specific workshops, a photography studio and a laboratory.
The theoretical and theoretical-practicals classrooms are distributed over three floors as well as the offices of departments, the Erasmus office, the office of cultural activities, student lounge, storages and staff room.
The classrooms are equipped with the cutting-edge computer equipments, projectors, and special equipment for the development of design projects and research work.
The school also has a specialized library that this course has joined the network of university libraries with specific material design and contains more than 3,000 volumes.
The School has Wi-Fi service and fiber optic installations.