The Imagine Architecture high-school program at Carleton University has three spots available for LAB 103 on campus, taking place Monday July 18 to Friday July 22.
Register here: https://architecture.carleton.ca/non-degree-programs/imagine-architecture
LAB 103 is a week-long immersive multi-media workshop, introducing participants to techniques of drawing, small model-building, and architectural representation. A series of choreographed exercises focus on drawing by hand, three-dimensional thinking, and abstract visualization. Topics include concepts of line drawing, plan and section, perspective, cut-and-fold, and composition.
Particularly appropriate for those who want to study architecture at university, LAB 103 places emphasis on understanding the kinds of graphic representations suitable for a portfolio.
We are also offering LAB 101 Online, July 25-29.
Imagine Architecture at Carleton University in Ottawa is a career exploratory studio for grade 10-12 students who are interested in design and who would like to gain experience in creative design thinking and making. Taught by instructors from Carleton’s architecture program, these fun and intensive workshops will introduce students to the creative culture of design studio, which is at the core of the Architectural Studies curriculum. The program aims to give students the tools they need to represent their creative ideas.
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