About the Workshop
Participants will explore how the environment determines the design and materials used for different types. What’s so social about Social Housing? Where is it? Who owns it? Who can live there? Participants in this workshop will examine examples of social housing and consider the wider questions, concerns and challenges for society in building social housing.
Participants will explore the architect’s responsibility in creating social housing that is safe and meets the needs of residents by thinking about materials and budgets to design housing for the future that can bring a sense of ‘home’ or ‘community’.
This creative architecture workshop is led by artist and educator Zoe Allen for children aged 11 to 15.
All workshops require you to drop off your child by 11am and pick up at 4pm. They are led by professional educators and all materials are included in the ticket price, but you should prepare a packed lunch for your child. Online booking in advance is essential.
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About the Workshop Series
Our Design Day workshops take architectural design and understanding a step further. Past workshops have focused on different architectural styles, construction methods, using model-making, traditional and digital drawing techniques, and using games such as Minecraft to design collaboratively in a shared space.
Other workshops taking place in this series this February half term:
To see all learning workshops that are taking place for all ages throughout the February half term, please go to our What’s On page.