Children participating in the workshop were divided into groups according to their ages, as 5-6 years of age, 7-9 years of age and 9-12 years of age
Each group consisted of 16 people, including 8 children and 8 executive architects.
Within the scope of the workshop, each child worked individually face-to-face with an Aslı Architecture’s executive architect.
The children were asked to draw their dream home. While the children were drawing, they told the story of the home, talked about its details, and the executive architects in the workshop took note of what the children told without interfering with their designs and asked questions for better understanding.
The workshop was completed in 4 hours as 4 group work.
A pinata event was held at the final of the workshop.
Each child’s individual information, work and project stories were filed separately in Aslı Architecture office.
Children’s drawings were modeled one by one and brought to life by architects and interior architects from the Aslı Architecture Team.
The information and photographs of the children participating in the workshop, the drawing of their dream home and the model to be realized, the photo taken during the workshop, the information and photo of the project executive, were pre-arranged to form a single exhibition board.
In this board, the workshop participant child was defined as DESIGNER. The architect leading the participant child in the workshop was defined as the WORKSHOP EXECUTIVE.