Monthly Archives: November 2013

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Don’t Throw Stones

People in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones, or so we hear. And it makes sense.…

Silk Screened Walls Make Me Dizzy. Ain’t it Great?

Artist Dominique P├ętrin likes to install insanely colored and patterned silkscreens boldly on to architectural…

Factory to Fantastic School

We read this story about a new middle school and high school in Baltimore, the…

Birds have Good Taste

We love this idea of what a birdhouse really looks like inside. A beverage company…

AHA! for Zaha Hadid

A series of buildings of circles that are piled on top of each other and…

Taller by a Needle

Since 1974, Chicago was the home of the “Tallest Building in America.” The Sears Tower,…

Pen Drawings of Architecture

The City out my Window is a sweet book about architectural views. The author, Matteo…

Change Your Space

Sometimes, you can control your own architecture. What we mean is, you might not have…

Sticks and Stonehenge

If you look back in the farthest history of architecture, you might discover Stonehenge. What…

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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.