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August 23, 2017
by Mary Lib Schmidt
Students in our Below the Streets – Subway Architecture elementary school class exploring the Second Avenue Subway. Credit: Center for Architecture.
Graham and John constructing an arch bridge in our elementary school Building Bridges program. Credit: Center for Architecture.
Nathan shows off his bridge design in our middle school Digital Design: Bridges program. Credit: Center for Architecture
Ethan from our elementary school Fairytale Architecture program with his castle design. Credit: Center for Architecture.
Middle school Skyscrapers program visits the offices of Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates. Credit: Center for Architecture
Margot and Ela show off their designs and guidebooks from our middle school Hamilton’s New York program. Credit: Center for Architecture.
Our high school Nomadic Architecture class visiting the Young Architects Project at MoMA PS1. Credit: Center for Architecture
Oscar presents his final critique for our two-week high school Architecture Design Studio. Credit: Center for Architecture.
Anna constructing her final model for our middle school Skyscrapers program. Credit: Center for Architecture
Sonali from our elementary school Fairytale Architecture program shows off her castle design. Credit: Center for Architecture.

The Center for Architecture’s nine weeks of summer programs are wrapping up this week. Our students have explored topics ranging from skyscrapers to nomadic architecture and fairytale architecture.

Thanks to all of the students, families, educators, and architects who made our summer possible. We have selected some photos to highlight our summer activities. For more photos and updates on our programming, please visit our Facebook page.

Sonali from our elementary school Fairytale Architecture program shows off her castle design. Credit: Center for Architecture.

Sonali from our elementary school Fairytale Architecture program shows off her castle design. Credit: Center for Architecture.

Anna constructing her final model for our middle school Skyscrapers program. Credit: Center for Architecture

Anna constructing her final model for our middle school Skyscrapers program. Credit: Center for Architecture

Oscar presents his final critique for our two-week high school Architecture Design Studio. Credit: Center for Architecture.

Oscar presents his final critique for our two-week high school Architecture Design Studio. Credit: Center for Architecture.

Our high school Nomadic Architecture class visiting the Young Architects Project at MoMA PS1. Credit: Center for Architecture

Our high school Nomadic Architecture class visiting the Young Architects Project at MoMA PS1. Credit: Center for Architecture

Margot and Ela show off their designs and guidebooks from our middle school Hamilton’s New York program. Credit: Center for Architecture.

Margot and Ela show off their designs and guidebooks from our middle school Hamilton’s New York program. Credit: Center for Architecture.

Middle school Skyscrapers program visits the offices of Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates. Credit: Center for Architecture

Middle school Skyscrapers program visits the offices of Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates. Credit: Center for Architecture

Ethan from our elementary school Fairytale Architecture program with his castle design. Credit: Center for Architecture.

Ethan from our elementary school Fairytale Architecture program with his castle design. Credit: Center for Architecture.

Nathan shows off his bridge design in our middle school Digital Design: Bridges program. Credit: Center for Architecture

Nathan shows off his bridge design in our middle school Digital Design: Bridges program. Credit: Center for Architecture

Graham and John constructing an arch bridge in our elementary school Building Bridges program. Credit: Center for Architecture.

Graham and John constructing an arch bridge in our elementary school Building Bridges program. Credit: Center for Architecture.

Students in our Below the Streets – Subway Architecture elementary school class exploring the Second Avenue Subway. Credit: Center for Architecture.

Students in our Below the Streets – Subway Architecture elementary school class exploring the Second Avenue Subway. Credit: Center for Architecture.

 

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