PHX Architecture is calling all junior high and high school students thinking about a career in architecture to participate in their summer camp this June. Students that are not sure what an architect does and what is involved in the day-to-day activities of an architect are encouraged to enroll to in the fun, educational program.
In this two week camp, campers will be introduced to all of the aspects of an architectural career. Campers will experience the day-to-day activities of a working architecture office for two weeks, while learning from the architects on staff the different skills needed for this career.
From computer programs to actual construction site visits, this comprehensive, hands-on learning experience will be exactly what students need in order to make a decision on whether this career is for them.
The program Includes:
- Career History
- Local Architecture Tours
- Space Planning
- Green Architecture
- Hand Rendering
- 3D Modeling
- AutoCad Drafting
- Project Management
- Business Strategies
Summer camp attendees will observe the team of diversely talented professionals at PHX Architecture as they work on local and regional projects. Campers will observe the team’s design concepts and learn how to continually adapt, conform and respond to each project’s unique characteristics.
The two week program runs from June 10 to June 21, 2013, and includes lunches and a tour of Taliesin West, ASU, and a construction site visit.
PHX Architecture is a full-service architectural firm that specializes in the process of creating dynamic architecture that is inspired by the client and the unique environment of the site. The Scottsdale firm consists of a talented group of architects, designers and project managers all dedicated to providing the highest level of service to its clientele.