Who: The Architectural Foundation of Cincinnati and the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County
What: Design LAB Exhibition 2017
Where: The Main Library Atrium, 800 Vine St., Downtown Cincinnati
When: April 29–May 6, 2017
Why: In partnership with the Architectural Foundation of Cincinnati, the Library introduces the Design LAB exhibit (formerly the Architecture by Children exhibit), the final piece of an in-classroom design education program tailored to broaden and deepen student awareness, appreciation, and active participation in our built environment. Local professionals teamed up with educators to guide students through a real-world, themed design problem, emphasizing the development of: research and observation, critical-thinking, problem-solving, verbal and visual communication, creative expression and presentation skills.
This year’s project theme, "Bridge," challenged students to interview, research, program, design, build models and push the limits of a bridge. Students had the opportunity to create a three-dimensional model and design process board. Selected projects for students in kindergarten through grade 12 will be on display in the atrium.
For more information about the Architectural Foundation of Cincinnati and past projects, visit www.architecturecincy.org.
Call 513-369-6900 or visit www.CincinnatiLibrary.org.