2013 DiscoverDesign National High School Architecture Competition | Discover Design: A student design experience

Sponsored by the Chicago Architecture Foundation (CAF), the aim of this competition is to promote architectural awareness and design problem solving skills in high school students across the United States. The competition utilizes DiscoverDesign.org, CAF’s new digital learning tool which connects teens, teachers and architects for 21st century project-based learning.

This competition is open to any student at least 13 years old and currently enrolled as a United States high school student (grades 9 – 12) within the 50 United States. You may only enter as an individual and may only submit one design project.

In order to be eligible for judging, your design project must include uploaded content (text and/or images) in all of the five steps of the design process on DiscoverDesign.org, including: Overview, Collect Info, Brainstorm Ideas, Develop Solutions, and Final Design.

via 2013 DiscoverDesign National High School Architecture Competition | Discover Design: A student design experience.

Author: New York State DCDT

The New York DCDT strives to increase collaboration efforts in effective transition planning for individuals with disabilities by reducing the duplication of efforts and aligning resources and communication.

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