buildings and space

May 6, 2009

the 50 strangest buildings in the world

10 tree houses

doll houses

how to build a fort

I’m interested in small, confined areas. The ones we used to stow away to when brothers were acting like assholes, or homework was due. Personalized places, complete with a makeshift chair and a flashlight, provided the perfect place to read a book or remember who we were. Using balsa wood, the students would craft their own perfect room, with lists of what’s inside. From these drawings and models, perhaps a classroom fort would be in order, for time to think and a place to relax. Learning about spacial relationshipns and craft with wood is an essential tool for a lot of people, and so it relaxation.


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