The Chicago Architecture Foundation is pleased to announce the - 2013 DiscoverDesign.org National High School Architecture Competition: Redesign your High School Library!
Libraries are no longer used or viewed only as places to store and distribute books, or as places to study. Due to a variety of factors, including the ubiquity of technology, contemporary libraries are exploring a new operating model—one that is People-Centric, instead of Book-Centric.
This year’s competition uses DiscoverDesign.org, CAF's unique web-based learning tool, to give teens the opportunity to investigate this real-world design problem and share their ideas with the world. DiscoverDesign.org is a free resource that brings together teens, teachers and architects for 21st Century project-based learning.