British architecture studio Foster + Partners created a series of architecture challenges to keep kids occupied while they're spending more time than usual at home. The #architecturefromhome was developed to be equal parts entertaining and educational, as kids can engage with architecture in fun ways through play, drawing and creating their own designs.
As part of the challenge series, kids are invited to craft paper skyscrapers, learn to draw trees, create photo stories or even assemble an entire city of their own. As Katy Harris, senior partner at Foster + Partners, describes, "The main aim has been to get them to ask questions about their surroundings and start thinking about their built environment. For instance, the photo story activity teaches children about scale and prompts them to think differently about space and buildings."
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