If you are not quite in high school or even older (can you imagine?) then you can only start to plan about attending one of these cool programs. If you are in high school or on your way to college, you can apply and learn some valuable information about the field of architecture and some […]
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Dollhouses are usually pint-sized. They are cute because there are little windows, and miniature couches beds, and the pillows are like teeny little pin cushions. This Canadian artist, Heather Benning took the concept of a dollhouse and created a life-size version. She took an old home that was run-down and abandoned and decorated it just […]
Not sure if you are looking for something fun to do nowadays, but it sure is possible that you are. We just found this nice Paint By Number set that would be an excellent addition to art for your wall and an homage to famous American architect, Frank Lloyd Wright. You can find it here.
Why should you never trust stairs? They’re always up to something.
Q: When is a door not a door? A: When it is ajar
Q: What does a house wear? A: An address.
Ok, here it is, our first joke about the Built Environment! Question: What did one wall say to another? Answer: “See you at the corner.”
We just learned about a new coloring book, called TOMO I. It is from the architecture firm Carmelina | Aurelio which is based in Mexico. Oh wait! They created another coloring book called TOMO II! Both are free downloads as PDF documents. Come up with some great color combos and fill in the lines! Or […]
We will be fancy and tell you that we have CURATED some beastly good books for you to read by yourself, to younger kids, as a group or a classroom. And they are just in time for the holidays, in case you are looking for a long-lasting, thoughtful gift. And do not forget for those […]
If you happen to be in Washington DC in the first week in December, you might consider stopping by the National Building Museum. They are holding an in-person workshop for kids and adults to build a Gingerbread House. Although ginger originally came from China, it was mostly in Germany that the gingerbread cookie was born […]