Monthly Archives: December 2013

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Tale of Two Red Squares

Located in Moscow, Russia, Red Square is a giant plaza paved in reddish bricks. But…

Make it. See it. Read it.

Christy Hale wrote a book about architecture for kids that we admire greatly – titled…

Grampa and Granny Eames by Eames

This book was written about designers Ray and Charles Eames by their grandson, Eames Demetrios.…

Youtube? No the IITtube

At the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago, a building sits underneath a giant tube,…

Want to Color Some Houses?

We thought this little coloring page was simple and fun. Print out a few copies…

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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.