High School Academy 2016: Design Lab - Introduction to Architecture

Woodbury University offers its High School Academy Intensive 2016 this summer to all high school students entering 11th and 12th grade.

Woodbury School of Architecture participates in this summer intensive with 2-unit studio course. Design Lab: Introduction to Architecture is a five-week course that introduces high school students to principles of experimentation and design.

June 13 – July 15, 2016
9am – 12:30pm M / W / F
Woodbury School of Architecture, Burbank

Tuition: $250 (includes parking)*

*textbooks and supplies at own expense

Register today at woodbury.edu/hsacademy

Taught by inspired design faculty and graduate students, the course is organized within a frame-work of thinking, drawing , and making. Students are immersed in a studio environment and will work in on-campus computer and fabrication labs, experimenting with 3D printing and laser cutting, and learning about architecture and design through traditional and digital hand drawing, material experimentation, and model-making exercises.

The course explores the practice and promise of alternative methods of design thinking. There are no prerequisites required to participate in this course.

Register today at woodbury.edu/hsacademy

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