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Design Discovery workshops are for high school students interested in learning more about the city’s built environment and developing their architectural design skills. Offered on weekends during the school year, these workshops combine architectural exploration with hands-on design projects, nurturing the development of design thinking and providing students with instruction in architecture fundamentals such as architectural drawing, scale measurement, model building, site and precedent analysis.

Programs run 10am-3pm at the Center for Architecture unless noted otherwise. Lunch is provided. Tuition is $60/person.

Need-based scholarships are available. The 2020 Scholarship Information and Financial Need Form is available here. Scholarship applications and Financial Need Forms are due a minimum of 3 weeks prior to each program. You can apply for multiple programs using a single Financial Need Form.

For more information, contact Tim Hayduk, Lead Design Educator, at thayduk@centerforarchitecture.org.

UPCOMING DESIGN DISCOVERY PROGRAMS

The Design Discovery Spring 2020 series will focus on green architecture, an issue of utmost importance in our world today. Each workshop focuses on an aspect of sustainable design, familiarizing students with the impact the built environment has on our climate and resources, particularly in NYC, and ways we can reduce this through smart design choices and conscientious conservation of resources in our own lives.

Greening the City: Landscape Design - CANCELED May 2, 2020

The Center for Architecture is teaming up with the Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy to bring students to the water’s edge for a deep dive into park design. Once strictly industrial, New York City’s waterfront is now a complex environment for recreation and protection from future storms. The day will include learning about the park’s design, visiting and sketching key features of the park, and working in small groups to design, draw and present proposals for a new park on an unused pier along the city’s edge.

*This program has been canceled

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