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“It feels good to be building again” one of my students said this morning. Whether they are building large scale models of their mini golf holes or designing functional cardboard chairs like this no glue origami chair, the students in the Architecture classes at Baltimore Design School are working in a truly authentic studio environment.

All the rigors and challenges of the first two quarters are paying huge dividends in the third. As designers these students test the limits of their designs and their creativity. Like it should be, these students are questioning their own designs and have the confidence to push back on me when their ideas are questioned.

It’s remarkable.

ether they are building large scale models of their mini golf holes or designing functional cardboard chairs like this no glue origami chair, the students in the Architecture classes at Baltimore Design School are working in a truly authentic studio environment.

All the rigors and challenges of the first two quarters are paying huge dividends in the third. As designers these students test the limits of their designs and their creativity. Like it should be, these students are questioning their own designs and have the confidence to push back on me when their ideas are questioned.

It’s remarkable.

 
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