Construction Contest for Kids

Do you know about K’Nex? It is a company that makes small plastic building toys…

Wright Kind of Summer Camp

Kids aged 7-9 in Scottsdale are lucky to have an opportunity to learn at Taliesin…

High School Architecture Camp

Lucky for 25 kids who get to go to an architecture camp this summer at…

Join the Green Dollhouse Challenge

We just heard about the Green Dollhouse Challenge, a competition of the most politically correct…

History Lesson: Robert Robinson Taylor

Robert Robinson Taylor is featured on a US Postal Service Stamp but you might not…

Dwelling on a Cincinnati Architecture Education Project

You can’t really argue with a program that is a free, hands-on, project-based learning experience…

Thank You for 50 Buildings

Today is day 24 in the “History of Cities in 50 Buildings” series that The…

Design.Build.Transform.

What a great series of words. Design.Build.Transform. If you design something and build it, you…

Architecture Playground for Kids

Besides great jazz music, yummy beignets (donut-like treats) and a great architectural bike tour of…

Architecture Camps for Kids in Illinois

Two architecture camps are planned for this summer 2015 for kids grades 4-6 and 7-9…

Bamboochitecture

Depending on where you live, you might have bamboo growing in your backyard or neighborhood.…

Boston Teen Architecture Workshop

Are you a teenager? Do you know a teenager? Have you ever seen a teenager?…

How to Move a $10 House

In the town of Evanston, Illinois (just north of Chicago), an architect bought a house…

A Grand Hotel on Film

The Grand Budapest Hotel. What a great movie. We love that the whole story revolves…

Coloring Architecture – A coloring book for kids and adults!

We finally did it! – We published a coloring book with drawings from the inside of…

What? A 3D-Printed Apartment Building?

Yessir, that is what the headline reads: “World’s first 3D-printed apartment building constructed in China”…

Neat Architecture Book for Kids

A design and build architecture firm in the UK, called Moon, had an awful good…

Rotterdam Peas Arch

Rotterdam, a wonderful city in the Netherlands for design, has a new market and apartment…

BuildIT! Exhibit at the Betts Again!

The archKIDecture BuildIT! exhibit is going to be at the Betts House Museum again in…

Architecture Classroom Poster

The designers at Pop Chart Lab created a beautiful infographic – otherwise known as a…

This House is the Cat’s Meow

Cats are finicky. Some people might think that this translates into having good taste. We…

Building with Bottles + Bamboo

Take things that you have around, like plastic bottles and bamboo sticks, and make a…

Living in a World Cup Stadium

Two French architects, Axel de Stampa and Sylvain Macaux, came up with this nutty idea…

Crafty Kids can Make Furniture NOW!

An architect in Switzerland had a nifty web site called FoldSchool – see it at…

Perfect Paper Paris Project!

Ah Paris, the city of lights. So many elements of the architecture of Paris make…

Paper Town Project for You!

This site has a nice little project for anyone interested in a 3D project that…

Nimble Nims House from the 50’s

As we were looking around doing some research, we found this lovely house that was…

Steppin’ Out with architecture

Just glimpsed these fantastic shoes, designed by a young woman named Esther from Oak Park,…

Pink Mangrove Tree Towers?

In China, a design firm might build the tallest pink buildings in the world. Well,…

Wow that Bauhaus

In Germany, between 1919 and 1933, there was an art school called BAUHAUS. It had…

What is a Munafuda?

Our Japanese friend, Masako, sent us some great photos of a new buddhist temple under…

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Spam you? NEVER! We want to let you know about interesting architecture-related ideas, that’s all.…

Stamp City

Paper Neighborhood is a great stamping kit that comes in a can. You can build…

Lunarchitecture

Ever wonder about traveling to the moon? We think it is interesting that there are…

STOP the PLOP!

Blair Kamin has an interesting job. He is an architecture critic. That means that he…

Dare to Build a Dome

Building a geodesic dome is not simple. Ask Bucky Fuller. There is math involved and…

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