Key-Facades/3D Babies/Walking Dead-Ethics/Smoky Mountain – WIRed #84

It’s time for Episode 84 of WIRed, where Montez McCrary discusses what that keyboard-looking facade is on that apartment building, how $600 can get you a 3D printed fetus replica, teaching the ethics of The Walking Dead to high schoolers, and LONG LIVE SMOKY MOUNTAIN WRESTLING! Welcome to WIRed, bringing you the nerdy-geekery on architecture, technology, gaming, and pro wrestling. Continue reading “Key-Facades/3D Babies/Walking Dead-Ethics/Smoky Mountain – WIRed #84”

High School Students Explore Architecture/Design Through Website

My interest in architecture started before I even knew what architecture was. My parents bought be 3 set of LEGO on my 5th birthday and ever since then, I’ve loved buildings and design.  As years went on, I collected K’Nex sets and drew plans of paper towel roll ramps for my Hot Wheels and building them with tape, LEGO, and furniture.  Since architecture is a profession that has one of the hardest-earned degrees and licensure processes that recommends that suitors show early signs of intense commitment.  While few resources are openly available to secondary school students who have a passion for the profession, the Chicago Architecture Foundation found a way to close that gap.   Continue reading “High School Students Explore Architecture/Design Through Website”