The Autodesk Technology Centre, Toronto, located in downtown Toronto’s vibrant and innovative Discovery District, is looking for candidates to join its Residency Program. Start-ups, academic teams, and project teams from industry or design practices may fit into the technology centre's Residency Program ecosystem. Residency applications are reviewed on a rolling basis.

The Toronto centre – one of four Autodesk Technology Centres in the world – supports a range of activities related to machine learning, generative design, robotics, artificial intelligence, and more. The centre provides facilities, technology, equipment, training, and expertise to industry, academic, and entrepreneurial communities to enable people to turn their ideas for the future into reality.

Participants in the Residency Program will get access to a dedicated workspace and training, as well as connections to industry experts, Autodesk researchers, and a community of fellow residents. In addition, residents have 24/7 access to a 5000 square foot space, plus use of a studio, workshop, and several advanced design and fabrication tools including:

  • 3D printing technologies
  • Digital subtractive manufacturing machinery (laser cutters and CNC)
  • Electronics equipment
  • Robotics
  • Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality tools

The length of the Residency Program can be tailored to each organization to meet individual goals, with durations ranging from four weeks up to one year. Residencies are non-funded, and the program is provided to our community at no cost.

Those interested can submit residency proposals at

More information on the Autodesk Technology Centre in Toronto is available via an E-Brochure PDF file.

Those who are not read to apply, but looking for additional information, can visit the Autodesk Technology Centre, Toronto studio for a Residency Program information session. Register here:

The network of Autodesk Technology Centres in San Francisco, Boston, Toronto, and Birmingham, UK, brings together industry, academic, and entrepreneurial communities to create a shared vision of the future of making. These spaces help bring to life solutions that enable people to do more and make better things with less negative impact on the world. The Autodesk Technology Centres exist to create a shared vision of the future of making with a community of innovators and thought leaders, and the Residency Program is a vital part of bringing that vision to life.  Find out more at: