The John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Design at the University of Toronto is launching a series of summer programs: DigiFab & Bootcamp.
The theme for this summer’s youth programs (Bits & Bytes & DigiFab) is Drones in the City. We will explore the potential of this disruptive technology and how city design might respond to this potential. Participants will design a city collectively, and will build drones that they will be able to take home. These programs are ideal for youth with an interest in design, technology, art, science, and engineering. More info can be found at the links below:
DigiFab is designed for youth aged 12-14 years old (grades 7-9).
We also have a new program for high school and undergraduate students introducing them to the architecture discipline.
Bootcamp: Exploring Careers in Design is designed for late high school (grades 11-12) and undergraduate students.