An Open Community Makerspace to Get your hands dirty & make your ideas happen!
An Open Community Makerspace in Goa , India. Get your hands dirty & make your ideas happen!
Maker’s Asylum is India’s first community open Makerspace in Goa that allows collaborative ideation & making. We believe that the future of learning is evolving and alternative learning avenues will be significant in customizing people’s learning journeys. We bring interdisciplinary interventions across Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math (STEAM) to foster a culture of innovation, exploration, and lifelong learning via digital and physical formats. We empower people by providing them the confidence, tools, knowledge, space, and communities they need to change the world and become globally-conscious problem-solvers.
Problems today are multidimensional, and we need to solve them from an intercultural and interdisciplinary lens. Young people today have the power to make a difference. All we need to do is equip them with the right tools.
At Maker’s Asylum we have designed an unparalleled learning experience to help develop creative skills that cut across different technology areas and new age methodologies. Come make, break, create with us!
Our programs focus on training people across all ages and backgrounds to build a maker mindset by providing hands-on learning experience by a community of passionate makers.
It is a playground for artists, designers, engineers, young talents or anyone who would like to get their hands dirty and build things
The M19 Collective came together with a centralised open source design philosophy with decentralised manufacturing so that we can gather the best minds to solve the pressing challenges of this country and execute with agility.
At Maker’s Asylum I found the freedom to make and break while learning from an amazing community
Human Centered Design, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
I am very grateful for having Maker’s Asylum in my life. When I left school I didn’t really know what to do but whenever I went to the Asylum it was like nothing else mattered, I got so many opportunities and got to learn so much from different people. Me being the youngest technically I wasn’t allowed to use the tools in other places but at the Asylum I could do anything I wanted. I will always be really grateful to everyone cause it really changed my life to say the least.
Technology Entrepreneur & Home Schooler
Surrounded by so many talented and creative entrepreneurs, I was inspired to turn an idea into a product. This led to the birth of our prototype mobile app, Bougebeta. As I worked alongside various people from different backgrounds, I realised that hard work and passion are enough to change the world
High School Graduate, Dhirubhai Ambani International School Mumbai
I am what I am because of my time in Maker’s Asylum. I am a product designer and a product of Maker’s Asylum.
Industrial Designer, Delft University of Technology (TU Delft)
Makers Asylum provides an environment that fosters innovation, inspiration, and impact. This has helped me create a product for sewage workers, from scratch, and work towards my first patent.
Engineering, Columbia University
Since 2014, Maker’s Asylum (MA) has always been my go-to place to do fun activities, learn about impactful tools and technologies, acquire new skills, create cool innovations, meet interesting people, and collectively contribute to addressing some pressing problems in our societies.
The fantastic team leading MA has always been inspiring and encouraging.Getting involved in their regular events and, participating in their flagship workshops has been very beneficial for my professional career too as a biotechnologist. It helped me develop a deeper understanding of the interdisciplinary social innovation ecosystem, and served as a hub to meet like-minded people who were interested to support my work (then at REDX WeSchool) and professional aspirations (to study and pursue a career in interdisciplinary life sciences in France).I cherish my association with MA so far, and I urge everyone to join and support such a unique, inclusive place in all their endeavors.
Master’s Synthetic Biology & Life Sciences, CRI Paris
Makers asylum helped me understand a global perspective on sustainability. It was during the DIVE program that I understood the real potential of sustainable design and development and has taken me to where I am today! It also gave me friends for life, and even though we were all together only for a month, it feels like we’ve been friends for years!!
The Sustainable Design School
A guitar accessory that includes single-hand amputees in the user-base of guitar players and shoppers.
A device to enable Hindi speaking blind people to navigate their surroundings, identify objects and people around them independently.
Plastic Safari was born out of the need to educate consumers especially the ‘gen-next’ about waste, err resource management.