Monthly Archives: October 2012

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Interesting Spaces in Faraway Places

This architecture firm designs structures that can be built with local materials, without a lot…

Too Cool Schools

At the Center for Architecture in New York City, you can visit an exhibit about…

Dr. Spock …What’s Up?

This mosaic can be seen at a Jewish synagogue in Chicago. The building is in…

archKID RECOMMENDS: Origami Architecture Book

Origami Architecture: Papercraft Models of the World’s Most Famous Buildings[/amazon_link] by Yee. Make your own…

No People Pictures, Please

The Taj Mahal, in Agra is a building that has always made us yearn to…

Build It! Architecture Exhibit for Kids

We built this really cool architecture exhibit for kids that can be rented by the…

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Contact us at info@archKIDecture.org If you are doing some great stuff with architecture in your classroom or with kids at home, in a library, or in some other place, please let us know. We would love to share it with others and spread the word!

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archKIDecture was established in 1996 to encourage visual literacy and explain math, science and visual arts concepts through the medium of architecture. We have educational programs, a website and an exhibit.