LOM in primary school partnership for Open-City

For this year’s Open-City Architecture in Schools: Primary Programme, LOM will be partnering with Year Four from Harbinger Primary, a Docklands based school, to imagine a new bridge for London.

Taking inspiration from Heatherwick’s controversial Garden Bridge the students will explore how they would choose to inhabit a bridge and design what they would put on it.

The annual programme led by Open-City, London’s architecture charity, runs during the summer term for 8 to 11 year olds. Architecture practices are teamed up with schools to work on a project brief to teach pupils about the built environment and learn key skills in design and technology, maths and science. The programme includes a building exploration visit and class room model making workshop.

Last year over 750 pupils from 19 London wide schools participated, partnering with over 60 architects and built environment professionals.

Find out more about Open-City Architecture in Schools

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