Young Architects Interior Design Program for Kids 8-14
Young Architects is our masterpiece, and classes are filling very quickly. This creative art program offers hands-on activities for students aged 8-14 to accelerate:
✅ Problem-Solving Abilities
✅ Fine Motor Skills
Young Architects is a program incorporating Design, Art, Craft, STEM, and Imagination. This enrichment program teaches students about perspective, proportion, and work with scalеs while improving their aesthetic skills and challenging students' problem-solving abilities.
Young Architects Dates and Times
Time 6:15 -7:15 pm on Thursdays
Winter Dates Dec 7, 14, 21, Jan 11, 18, 25, Feb 1, 8, 15, 22 (No class from Dec 22- Jan 7 Winter Break)
Now Enrolling for Spring
Spring Dates: March 7, 14, 21, April 4, 11, 18, 25; May 2, 9, and 16 (no class on March 28)
We know, from time to time, it is hard to make it, so no worries, make-ups to the rescue.
Make-ups for the Winter Semester are on Saturdays, January 27 and February 23, from 1:00 to 2:00 p.m.
Make-ups for the Spring Semester are on Saturdays, April 27 and May 25, from 1:00 to 2:00 p.m.
Interior Design class benefit for your child
✅Develop spatial thinking
✅Sharpen the eye for details and colors
✅Foster logical thinking
✅Boost problem-solving skills
✅Improve the ability to focus
✅Enlarge fine motor skills
✅Students learn how to keep track of multiple tasks
✅Both hands are incorporated and used simultaneously
✅ Improve the general child development
✅Become able to make their patterns
✅Learn to work with various professional tools
✅Better professional achievement and opportunities
Why is the Young Architects Program so desirable?
This creative program allows young designers to develop spatial thinking and aesthetic perception and work with scales. Students learn to use various tools and have ample movement and physical activity opportunities, ultimately increasing their mental and physical agility.
All activities in this creative hands-on class involve the simultaneous use of both hands. This stimulates both hemispheres and accelerates the child's general development.
It is an ongoing program, and each session is a new learning opportunity for all.
We are very proud to announce that many schools in the USA, private and public, are using Young Architects as an enrichment afterschool program or as part of their art curriculum for their students.
What to expect from this Art Class?
Note that these WOW projects did not happen for a single class.
Very talented students did them after consistent teamwork of skilled students, knowledgeable instructors, and parents' enthusiasts.
Compared to their peers, these students quickly develop the ability to simultaneously keep track of multiple tasks, such as color balance, proportion, scale, and the overall design of the interior space.
What are the projects in this design class for teenagers?
Winter session project - Glass House
This spatial project is made of transparent materials and incorporates the beauty of the surrounding nature.
Spring session project - My Dream Room
Students have the opportunity to design their dream room, and they will build fundamental interior design and creative art skills while designing the 3D scale model of their dream room. This class is an excellent opportunity for students to develop spatial thinking and master their creativity and fine motor skills.. If you plan a home remodeling, you will have a ready project😀.
This project impressed Ana Belava and her team from Around Town WGN
Fall session project
Who is teaching the Young Architects Program?
The main teacher for Young Architechs is Mrs. J (Evgenia Petrov), a professional with a degree in Interior Design and more than 15 years of experience teaching students to design indoor or outdoor spaces. She has a very good sense of hidden creative potential, and she knows how to get the max out of your child's talent.