Tiny Architecture Lab: Design a Bus Stop
In this one-time maker workshop, we will reimagine the bus stop as a multipurpose, functional and fun urban structure. We will design and build our own unique paper models of the bus stop of the future!
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In this class we will reimagine a bus stop not as a boring, waiting place, but as a place to connect-- to each other, to the world and to your next destination. We will look at examples of forward-thinking bus stops that incorporate city bikes, downloadable books, swings, roof gardens, and solar charging stations. With this as a starting point, we will talk a bit about the importance of public transportation in cities and towns. Learners will share what they would want to do and see if...
Cardstock or thick paper- any colors, cardboard, tacky (white) glue, tape, markers, scissors, ruler, pencil. (for cardboard, hot glue may be easier to use) Look around your house for any other model building supplies you might like to use- straws, toothpicks, clay, clear or colored acetate, textured paper, packaging materials, popping paper, cereal boxes, string, fabrics, felt...
55 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Architecture, Urban Design, Map-Making
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
129 total reviews
105 completed classes
Hello Outschoolers! My name is Heather Korb. I hold a Bachelor of Architecture from New York Institute of Technology, and a Master of Urban Planning from City College of New York. I have been working in the architecture field for over 15 years,...