July 14, 2014
On Monday, June 16, RDG Architect Cole Wycoff experienced the privilege to direct the 2nd annual KANEKO Architecture Camp for regional middle college aged pupils. Creating on the recognition of a similar camp hosted a single calendar year ago, this year’s iteration strike its attendance capacity, with 16 energetic pupils collaborating.
The camp’s concept this 12 months was titled ‘Truck-A-Tecture,’ building on the emphasis of a latest symposium with the very same title held at KANEKO on Friday, June 27. College students were uncovered to many layout illustrations which could be described as ‘Truck-A-Tecture,’ including the functions of symposium contributors Mark Mack, Wes Jones, Jeff Working day, and Jennifer Siegal. Campers then invested the 7 days creating their very own architectural response to the ‘Truck-A-Tecture’ concept. At its conclusion, on June 26, each and every student produced a presentation of their work to an invited group of mothers and fathers and guests.
The up coming KANEKO Architecture Camp of 2014 will begin up coming 7 days on July fourteen. This subsequent camp will be direct by one more local architecture firm. When KANEKO very first made a decision to initiate the architecture camps one calendar year back their intent was that the camps would be a singular function in 2013. Soon after selecting to host the occasion a next calendar year, KANEKO now appears poised to make the architecture camps an annual hard work, thanks in portion to RDG’s investments of time, sources, and curriculum arranging.
RDG is thrilled to proceed to assist such a fabulously exciting event in Omaha, and continues to find opportunities to partner with regional organizations and provide style education to the youth of Omaha.