When: February - December 2012

Location: Clayton South Primary School

Team: Michelle Emma James, Ammon Beyerle

Eco-Cubby is a workshop program for primary school children, that places architects and designers in schools to promote the concept of sustainable design. Through the development of an Eco-cubby, students engage in challenging dialogue about sustainability, develop an understanding of design process and are encouraged to adopt sustainable living principles.

Eco-Cubby is a partnership between the City of Melbourne and Regional Arts Victoria.

here studio has been selected to participate in Eco-Cubby 2012! We have been partnered with Clayton South Primary School and are working with Caroline Roberts (Sustainability teacher) and Lynne Dickins (Principal). We will be working with grade 3/4 students throughout the year to help them design their own Eco-cubby and learn about a participatory design process together.

So far we have had four sessions with the students - to read all about them please visit our blog!

(Last update 17/08/12)

When: February - December 2012

Location: Clayton South Primary School

Team: Michelle Emma James, Ammon Beyerle

Eco-Cubby is a workshop program for primary school children, that places architects and designers in schools to promote the concept of sustainable design. Through the development of an Eco-cubby, students engage in challenging dialogue about sustainability, develop an understanding of design process and are encouraged to adopt sustainable living principles.

Eco-Cubby is a partnership between the City of Melbourne and Regional Arts Victoria.

here studio has been selected to participate in Eco-Cubby 2012! We have been partnered with Clayton South Primary School and are working with Caroline Roberts (Sustainability teacher) and Lynne Dickins (Principal). We will be working with grade 3/4 students throughout the year to help them design their own Eco-cubby and learn about a participatory design process together.

So far we have had four sessions with the students - to read all about them please visit our blog!

(Last update 17/08/12)