My work this year focused on the impacts Brexit would have on a factory at the Northern Irish Border. The brief required us to envision a Factory of the Future while designing for seamless and frictionless. My research lead to a unique solution of the Model Village which answered these problems in a wider context than outside the Factory process. My project focuses on the design of the Education Centre for the company Quinn Cement. I felt this was a key space that would aid in supporting the company through Brexit both economically and to the benefit of their employees. Through research it became apparent that the factory and warehouse process would have to become automated to promote seamlessness. Therefore, the building not only teaches employees to manage and deploy this technology, but it prevents the problems automation brings such as redundancy. Additionally, this space of learning teaches employees how to work with and understand new concrete materials that could later be used in the company as they branch out in hope of economic growth.