Monthly Archives: October 2015

Archive of posts published in the specified Month

History in a Glass Box

In World War II, Jewish people and others were gathered and sent off to concentration…

Anything is Architecture

Crumpled paper. A small empty box. Some tangled wire. An acorn. A roll of tape.…

10times10: The Power of Ten

Starting out as a view of a man on a picnic blanket that is one meter…

Sleep with Architecture

Hey Kids! There is a sleep over at the Chicago Cultural Center for kids who are interested…

5 Minute Origami House for Young Children

Click on the image on the left to see this animation and learn how to fold a…

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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.