MY AMAZING HOUSEARCHITECTURE WORKSHOP AT IFS
Get introduced to Architecture! Build your own model using wood and paper in a 1:50 scale.
In collaboration with Studio BTY
In a tutorial-like creative setting, children will learn about architecture in a fun and engaging way.
Studio BTY’s professional architect, Betty, will guide them in their reflection processes as they put their projects into life.
Throughout this workshop, little architects will focus on constructing their dream house model including additional fun activities that will help enrich children’s knowledge of architecture.
Through this workshop, each kid will build a model in wood and paper on a scale of 1:50. As little architects, kids will follow the same steps as professionals: imagine a concept, draw the plans and elevations and build a model.
The workshop can be conducted in English or French.
**Exclusive to IFS students.**
*Minimum number required for the camp to proceed. In the event the minimum numbers are not met, we will notify everybody and issue a full refund.
Who: CP, CE-1, CE-2, CM1, & CM-2 students
When: October 31st – November 4th, 9am – 3pm
Where: International French School, 3000 Ang Mo Kio Ave 3
How much: $505 including $35 material fee
THINGS TO NOTE
- Bring your own lunch, snacks and water bottle.
- Bring lots of energy!
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Betty started studio BTY in 2020. It is a multidisciplinary studio of architecture, design and education.
She is a French state graduate architect from ESA Paris, FRANCE (Special School of Architecture).
During her studies, she has worked in architecture practices abroad (India, South Africa, Mexico, etc). After her graduation, she worked in Zurich, Switzerland for a few years before moving to Singapore.
Today, she works as an architect with ties between Europe and Singapore. Through her workshops, she shares her expertise with aspiring architects from ages 6 to 17.
Betty also launched her own designer brand of objects fabricated and sold in Singapore with a strong commitment to environmental ethics.