Another profile of a makerspace which can be used as a great example for building your own space. — Douglas
A squat, unassuming building of beige-painted brick and exposed cinder block sits tucked behind some of the great restaurants of Northeast Minneapolis’ Central Avenue. A red, hexagonal sign reads “MPLS Make” in white letters. It’s 4pm on a Thursday. A sign on the back door reads: “KNOCK LOUD! We’re rocking music and power tools in here.” I knock loud—or so I think—and knock again, the second time clubbing the door with the bottom of my fist.