Architecture Is Fun
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- Grouped into finished works by typology and thematic idea, this monograph is packed with rich illustrations, plans, full-color, photography, and incisive commentary on storytelling through design, toolkits for wayfinding, embedding research for better experience outcomes, with strategies and tactics behind each project’s development to help attract and engage people to play, learn, explore, and experience these places
- Projects featured include the Mid-Michigan Children’s Museum, Young at Art Museum, Lincoln Park Zoo: Pritzker Family Zoo, The Latin School of Chicago Interactive Science Forum, and the DuPage Children’s Museum, among many others
In a follow-up to Design for Kids (Images Publishing, 2007), in Architecture Is Fun Sharon Exley and Peter Exley demonstrate their ethos that architecture is one of the gateways to a more empathetic and equitable future. They believe making accessible places of learning, living, working, and playing are indispensable for human growth and development. This beautifully presented second monograph illustrates a nexus of architecture, education, community, and experience from the practice of Architecture Is Fun.
- The Images Publishing Group
- 24th Aug 2021
- Paperback / softback
- USA & Canada
- 6.69 in x 9.45 in
- 192 Pages
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