High school students take part in architecture camp
by Annette Sisco
nola.com / 08.19.2012
About 25 high school students from across New Orleans took part recently in a four-day intensive architecture and design camp, organized by the Louisiana Chapter of the National Organization of Minority Architects. The inaugural Project Pipeline Architecture and Design Camp engaged students in critical thinking, site visits, design challenges and model building to help demonstrate the effect that design has on their day-to-day lives, program director Bryan C. Lee Jr. said.
The intention of the program’s curriculum was to “help to form a better understanding of, and ultimately, assess the relationships between the students’ respective personal spaces, neighborhood spaces and city spaces,” Lee said.
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