A few weeks ago, Tiffany Lee and I participated in the Niu Valley Intermediate School's annual career day. Sixth, seventh and eighth grade students attended two sessions that introduced them to possible career choices. Tiffany and I represented architecture and interior design.
During the first part of our session we discussed the roles of architects and designers. The second half was spent with an activity. Students were asked to create bubble diagrams of their dream house and present their ideas. A few students went beyond the assignment and developed floor plans with features such as: sunken living rooms, barrier walls, water slides and hidden passages. Here are a few photos from our day.
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