Do you love buildings – drawing houses, building structures, designing a pillow fort?
This three-session program for kids, ages 8 to 12, teaches students the design processes used by architects to build scale models of habitable spaces of their own imagining. At each session, these young architects will work in teams to learn processes and techniques that transform their ideas into a final design. Design and presentation skills will be fostered throughout the series to prepare participants to share their new skills and experiences with others.
This year, Archi-Builder explores how we build and how culture influences the design of places around the world. Using the exhibition, Transforming Cities, Transforming Lives: The Aga Khan Historic Cities Programme, students will discover how culture can have a positive impact on design.
Age Group: 10-12 years old
Limit to 32 students
2019 Program Dates
Saturday, March 23rd
Saturday, March 30th
Saturday, April 6th
Hours 10am-12pm for all 3 sessions.
Price $60 for members, $75 non-members
This price includes registration for all three workshops.
This program is made possible through support from the Hattie S. Strong Foundation.