The popular Architecture Camps returned this summer for four weeks. 9-12 year olds attending the camps visited the B.C. Binning house and went on a tour of interesting buildings in downtown Vancouver.
In awe of the Guinness Tower
Having fun in front of the recycled wood wall at the Vancouver Convention Center
By the end of camp, each participant designed floor/elevation plans and constructed their dream house.
a mountain side residencial model created by a participant
Finished model houses at the end of the weekOur final camp participants (13 to16yrs) had the privilege of learning from North Shore artist and trained architect Alfonso Tejada. Below pictures show places they toured in Vancouver and West Vancouver to explore architecturally significant buildings.
Getting lessons from Alfonso Tejada
Inside the B.C. Binning house
Downtown Architecture Tour
Sketches by a camp participant
A dream house model created by a camp participant