All spaces at the GSD have the capability to deliver digital presentations using either Projectors or Screens. Digital screens and Projectors are maintained by Media Services, located in office L19 of Gund Hall.

Rooms with Projectors:

  • Gund Hall Room 109
  • Gund Hall Portico 121
  • Gund Hall Portico 122
  • Gund Hall Portico 123
  • Gund Hall Room 112 (Stubbins)
  • Gund Hall Room 111 (War Room)
  • Gund Hall Room 318
  • Gund Hall Room 505
  • Gund Hall Room 510
  • Gund Hall Room 517
  • 20 Sumner Rd. Room 20-1-C
  • 42 Kirkland St. Room 42-1-G

Mobile Digital Display Screens:

The screens in Gund Hall are mobile and can be relocated on request to Building Services. Locations where screens at typically found include the following:

  • Piper Auditorium
  • Gund Hall Room 110 (PIT)
  • Gund Hall 2nd Floor lounge
  • Gund Hall 3rd Floor Lounge
  • Gund Hall 4th Floor Lounge


In addition to that, the Frances Loeb Library in partnership with the Computer Resources Group allows GSD Professors, Visiting Lecturers and Teaching Assistants to borrow digital equipment for the purpose of supporting classroom and studio instruction.  The equipment is provided for short-term loan and is not provided for studio travel or other off-site needs.  Technical Support and Guidance for equipment usage is provided by Computer Resources Group.

TA's must be registered to be eligible for borrowing equipment.  Please go to the  TA Registration System to register (VPN may be required).

Inventory of Equipment for Loan:

  • Laptop
  • Laser Pointer/PPT Advancer
  • Audio Recorder
  • Video Camera & Tripod
  • USB Speaker
  • Display Adaptor

Non-Digital Equipment

Building Services also maintains an inventory of non-digital presentation equipment, which can be signed out between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Monday–Friday.

These items include:

  • Flipcharts and Markers
  • Dry Erase Boards and Markers
  • Pinup Boards

Gund 522 (The HILT room)

Gund 522 primarily houses the ‘Oblong Mezzanine’ server, associated HD displays and 3-d spatial sensors, furniture on wheels.