If you’re interested in sponsoring our programs in 2018, please visit our sponsorship page or contact us.
Camp Architecture is a summer camp for children that introduces them to the world of architecture and design through hands-on activities, field trips, walking tours, presentations by industry professionals, and imaginative games. Camp Architecture began in 2010 with 16 children in a summer day camp programming for late elementary and middle school students. In 2013, the camp began offering three distinct programs – one each for elementary, middle, and high school students – and had nearly 70 participants. In 2014, our High School Design Studio program expanded to two weeks, and the three camps grew again, accommodating 80 campers ages 8 to 18. For the past two years, we have offered three one-week sessions of Camp Architecture and one two-week session of High School Design Studio.
Our 2018 Sponsors
Acock Associates Architects
Point One Design
The Knowlton School of Architecture – The Ohio State University
The Ohio State University Planning and Real Estate Department
400 West Rich
Meyers + Associates Architecture
Tim Lai ArchitecT
Aleks Daskalov, AIA, FMS Architects
Hardlines Design Co.
LaFontaine Architecture & Design
OSU Department of Design
Ruth Gless, FAIA
Schooley Caldwell Associates
Lane Beougher, AIA
Yanitza Brongers-Marrero, AIA
Andrew Cruse, AIA
Mary Dietsch, AIA
John Meegan, AIA
Joe Moss, AIA, and Kim Moss
Jennifer Rittler, AIA
Mike Toddy, AIA
Mike Vala, AIA
GPD Employees’ Foundation in Support of Camp Architecture and High School Design Studio
AIA National’s K-8 Architecture & Design Education Grant
Camp Architecture is excited to announce receipt of an award from AIA National’s K-8 Architecture & Design Education Grant through a joint program with The Architects Foundation and Armstrong World Industries. The mission of the grant is to support and highlight exemplary programs offered by state and local AIA components to educate and inspire young people through architecture – especially those who might not otherwise be exposed to the power of design.