G+P goes Back to School - Teaching Kids about Architecture
Sharing our passion about community architecture and design doesn’t stop with clients and stakeholders.
Throughout the year G+P participates in various events to engage young minds about the field of architecture and how they can get on the path to becoming an architect.
In the month of March, we went back to one of our projects, Louisa County High School, where G+P’s Wade Kratzer and Martice Tucker spoke to students about the profession.
Additionally, Kat Schooley, of G+P’s K-12 Studio addressed Southern High School’s Signature Design Explorations I class. She delved into the paths to becoming an architect, trends in learning environments, and considerations for design and sustainability.