Monthly Archives: April 2019

Archive of posts published in the specified Month

Reading all aROUND

For those of us who like books, who like to read, who like to look…

Wrapping up a Building

Artist Christo is going to wrap another huge structure in fabric. This time it will…

1000 Phone Face

In the Galaxy phone headquarter store in Shibuya, Japan, Samsung used 1000 phones to create…

Got Milk? Or a Milk Crate Shelter?

Wow. Someone sure must have liked drinking milk. A LOT of MILK! A few years…

A Minty Tiny House Project

Sometimes you might want to build a project about space that is small and simple.…

Who Moved My House?

A few years ago, in Wilmette, a suburb of Chicago, lived a house that was…

Point me to This Building

Artist Steve Messam enjoys making sculptures that live in buildings. Often, he takes structures that…

Color Geometry on Buildings

Sometimes you see a mural or painting on a building that makes the difference between…

Notre Dame in Paris: Sadness in Flames and Hope in Spire Competition

The Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris suffered terrible damage in a fire this week. The…

Newhouse Competition for High Schoolers!

The Chicago Architecture Center invites Chicago area high school students to participate in the 2019…

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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.