Children know


View on future in 50 years of pupils of Architectural thinking school

Children know


View on future in 50 years of pupils of Architectural thinking school
33 pupils 7-13 y.o. made their theories about the future of Minsk and it's architecture
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We believe that ideas of children who will be in next 10 years the brains of the cities, who will be the citizens who could change the world will influence on a city, and not only on capital of our country, Belarus, but more wide. The main goal of architectural studies of children did in first semestre of the second year was to create a multifamily houses for a Minsk in 50 years. Most of projects are positive, and as the sociology says, the thoughts of young habitants now will straightly influence on our future life, so we can strongly hope for a positive scenario of our future!
Through such disciplines such as ecology, sociology, psychology, anthropology and art disciplines as graphic, architecture etc. pupils made a research of contemporary world and made the theories about the city of the future in next 50 years. The thing is that the children who made a projection of an architecture in 50 years will see will their theories be reality in these 50 years.



Through lessons of virtual reality we explore the future instruments of architects

Process of model making

One of final projects, idea of eco-building

Few final projects

Final exhibition of projects in December 2017


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Children 7-13 y.o. with collective of more than 50 teachers
Architectural thinking school for children
Kozlova 16
Minsk
Belarus
Project was born in July 2016 by two persons: curator, artist Elena Karpilova (finished College of Arts in , State University of culture and arts, worked and studied in Belarus, Poland etc.); and an architect Alexander Novikov (finished Belarusian national university, master degree; and Institut STRELKA in Moscow). We invite teachers (more than 60 persons), invented a special methodology to make children understand an architecture as a complect organism.

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