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Tiny Architecture Lab: Design a Microlibrary
In this one-time maker workshop, we will explore the concept of MICROLIBRARIES - an initiative to bring books to every neighborhood. Learners will design & build models of their own idea of a microlibrary out of paper, cardboard and more!
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We will start this class by looking at an initiative in Indonesia that is building microlibraries- small, neighborhood libraries- in order to distribute books and a love of reading to neighborhoods throughout the country and beyond. With this as a starting point, we will discuss what a microlibrary needs and come up with design ideas. We will consider the rain, sun and wind, what building materials could be used, how the building might be multipurpose, and what kind of fun additions we...
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
141 total reviews
127 completed classes
**Now offering customized workshops for in-person groups, scouts, and homeschool groups!** Contact me for more info. Hello Outschoolers! My name is Heather Korb. I hold a Bachelor of Architecture from New York Institute of Technology, and a...