Modelling is one of the best methods to understand and reconstruct architectural spaces. It allows children to engage with space, volume and form, to experiment with material, textures and ratios. Children enjoy this play with spaces and we implement this method during our workshops.
We build models on the events of the Mind Space (Danube Flow) such as on the Danube Day on the Kopaszi dike in 2012, or on the Children Day on the Margaret Island since 2013. We construct our models from selective waste and colorful papers and we always focus on understanding the surrounding buildings on site (water tower, boat house, ship, swimming pool).
You can read more about these projects in Hungarian here.
We built models on the Third International Model Building Festival in 2013 when the Contemporary Architecture Center introduced the 1:500 Model of Budapest in the Bálna. You can read more about this project in Hungarian here.