Lesson 5: Structure was developed in tandem with Architecture for Humanity's 2009 Open Architecture Challenge: Classrooms, in keeping with the standards outlined here. The 2009 Open Architecture Challenge: Classroom is inviting architects, designers, students, teachers and parents to imagine the classroom of the future. The Open Architecture Challenge is an open, international design competition. It is hosted once every two years on the Open Architecture Network. This year with partner Orient Global, the challenge is focusing on classroom upgrading and design. Anyone can participate and the winning design will receive $50,000 for their school. To learn more, or to enter the competition, visit: http://www.openarchitecturechallenge.org Teachers and students know what makes a classroom work, lets them design the classroom of the future. To make this happen we have an exclusive student and teacher resources page http://openarchitecturenetwork.org/competitions/challenge/2009/teacher

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Lesson 5: STRUCTURE

by Blake Architecture For Humanity

Anatomy of a Building. A building is more than the spaces you can see. The systems that supply heat, water, electricity, and structural support are often hidden from view. For a building to work, these elements must be incorporated into the design. When these systems are included from the very beginning of the design process it is called integrated design.
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Collaborative for High Performance Schools, building components, sustainable and environmental design
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Collaborative for High Performance, HVAC systems, building structure
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Collaborative for High Performance Schools, materials for floors, walls interiors of buildings
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Structure

by Sandhya Naidu

Learn more about "Structure" with exercises, lesson plans, photographs, and workshop information.
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Lesson 5: STRUCTURE

by Sandhya Naidu

Lesson 5: Structure was developed in tandem with Architecture for Humanity's 2009 Open Architecture Challenge: Classrooms, in keeping with the standards outlined here. The 2009 Open Architecture Challenge: Classroom is inviting architects, designers, students, teachers and parents to imagine the classroom of the future. The Open Architecture Challenge is an open, international design competition. It is hosted once every two years on the Open Architecture Network. This year with partner Orient Global, the challenge is focusing on classroom upgrading and design. Anyone can participate and the winning design will receive $50,000 for their school. To learn more, or to enter the competition, visit: http://www.openarchitecturechallenge.org Teachers and students know what makes a classroom work, lets them design the classroom of the future. To make this happen we have an exclusive student and teacher resources page http://openarchitecturenetwork.org/competitions/challenge/2009/teacher
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Structure: Joe Addo

by Blake Architecture For Humanity

The 2009 Architecture Challenge: Classroom webcasts share a series of conversations about architecture and design between students and architects from around the world. These webcasts provide insights into the challenges, opportunities, and techniques of using sustainable design and green building. The series is hosted by Global Nomads Group as part of their interactive programming for youth.
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