With technology changing almost daily, companies and industries are altering the way they work, communicate, and develop their products in the ever-changing world of technology. With industries transforming from the traditional “9-5” workforce, how does this impact the education industry? And more importantly, how do we prepare students for the ever-changing world? At BCA Architects, we work with our clients to develop schools that take into account these changes, and develop spaces in schools that are flexible and adaptable to be able to accommodate these changes. One of those spaces is the Makerslab. A Makerslab, as defined by technology writer Alan Henry, “is a shared workspace where you can tackle do-it-yourself (DIY) projects you wouldn’t normally be able to because you don’t have the space or materials.