Makerspace

The Makerspace is a creative, multidisciplinary space open to young people (whether or not they are pupils) aged between 8 and 30 who are interested in using the new media creatively to carry out their own projects.

It is equipped with machines that young people and the specialist activity leaders can use: hand tools, computers, soldering irons, robots, 3D printer and more complex items, such as a laser cutter or a Risograph.

Young people can come whenever they like during the Walk-in’s opening hours, without registering in advance.

Opening hours

This week
The makerspace is closed from 11/02 to 19/02/23. Check the holiday schedules and closures below.
Monday 12:30 - 18:30 Tuesday 12:30 - 18:30 Wednesday 12:30 - 18:30 Thursday 12:30 - 18:30 Friday 12:30 - 18:00
During the school holidays
OPEN SPACE
16 February 2023 13:00 - 18:00
OPEN SPACE
5 April 2023 13:00 - 18:00
OPEN SPACE
6 April 2023 13:00 - 18:00
Closure
Carnaval 11 February - 19 February 2023 Pâques 1 April - 16 April 2023 Pentecôte 29 May - 2 June 2023 Labor Day 1 May - 1 May 2023 Europe Day 9 May - 9 May 2023 Fête Nationale 23 June - 23 June 2023

Walk-in

If a young person wants to know more about music production, 3D printers, laser cutting or Arduinos, they simply have to consult the timetable below to find out which specialist activity leader is on the premises on which day and may introduce them to the subject they are interested in.

Monday

Graphic design / Crafting / Electronics

with Indira and Max

Tuesday

Textile crafting / Electronics

with Caroline and Max

Wednesday

Product design / Coding / Electronics

with Raoul and Patrick

Thursday

Coding / Electronics / Music

with Patrick and Marat

Friday

Graphic design / Coding / Electronics

with Indira and Patrick

Workstations

There are different workstations available for you to carry out your projects. They include sensitive equipment such as a laser cutter and a 3D printer, among other items.

To guarantee your safety, follow our colour system and learn whether or not a piece of equipment is sensitive and must be handled with a specialist activity leader present.