5 August 2013
As part of the exhibition ‘Richard Rogers RA: Inside Out’, this free drop-in workshop invites families to design and build their own architectural models inspired by London’s iconic bridges and buildings.
A large image of the Thames will be installed in Gallery 10 of the exhibition and children can re-imagine the Capital and how buildings sit alongside or span the river. Over 70,000 brightly coloured Lego® bricks will be available for budding architects and engineers to construct their creations.
The workshop has been devised by Mike Fairbrass, Head of Modelmaking at Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, and model makers and architects will be on hand to provide advice on ingenious structures and how best to get creative.
6 Burlington Gardens; drop in between 11am–2pm; free; no booking required. Suitable for all ages.
Upon arrival, signage will direct you to the workshop.In order to ensure you have the best experience at our workshops, the RA will occasionally regulate the number of participants.
The bricks for this workshop have been kindly supplied by LEGO®
Family Studios are supported by Jeanne and William Callanan.
For further press information, please contact Robert Fiehn at Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners
on tel: 020 7746 0237 or email email@example.com