CAF is pleased to announce the student winners of the 2016 National DiscoverDesign Competition. The competition invited youth from classrooms all over the United States to design an affordable housing prototype for a local town, city or location of their choice.
Just in time for our 2016 National Design Competition, the Chicago Architecture Foundation (CAF) is excited to unveil the new DiscoverDesign.org, an online platform where students and teachers come together to design solutions for real-world challenges.
Looking for fun projects to add to your curriculum? DiscoverDesign is used in classrooms around the world to engage students in the design process and learn through doing, making, and building.
If you're a teen, this is the place to connect with other high school students learning about architecture, share your design solutions, and discover amazing green schools.
The annual National DiscoverDesign.org Competition, hosted by Chicago Architecture Foundation (CAF) is a nationwide ideas competition which challenges participants to think outside the box and use the design process to create solutions to real-world problems. This year's competition asks participants to design an affordable housing prototype for your local town/city using neighborhood and city data to inform your solution.
The 2014 competition winners have been announced! Check out their incredible work!