All About A
– A for Architecture
All About A is a Copenhagen based architects and designers co-lab specializing in children and architecture. We collaborate with culture institutions, municipalities as well as schools in Denmark and abroad involving children in design processes extracting their ideas for implementation into future architecture and design solutions. As part of introducing children to the universe of architecture we design educational programs for children, teens and educators, developing and creating hands-on workshops and master classes in connection with exhibitions or special events as well as acting as mediators between architects and children.
All About A consist of:
Architect MAA and author of the book ‘Build, draw & learn with world-famous architects’ as well as ‘Utzon’s Universe’. Julie has many years of experience in talks on the subject children and architecture, educational programs as well as master classes for children, teens and adults in Denmark, Cape Town, Russia, Poland, Korea and Åland. Founder and partner in arkibag.com and mylittlearchitect.com
Architect MAA and Master student in Child/Youth Cultures and Aesthetic Learning Processes. Author of the book ‘Build, draw & learn with world-famous architects’ as well as ‘Utzon’s Universe’. From her employment in Danish Architecture Center and Utzon Center Malene has many years of experience in designing education programs and workshop activities in Denmark as well as in Korea, Germany, Finland and Poland. Founder and partner in mylittlearchitect.com
Designer and B.A. in Aesthetic Learning Processes, Culture and Crafts. Charlotte has many years of experience as an exhibition designer and in teaching design process as well as developing and hosting architecture and design workshops for children, teens and adults in e.g. Denmark, Åland and Russia. Founder and partner in arkibag.com
Architect and B.A. in Education. Gitte has many years of experience teaching children and young people about architecture and design in Denmark as well as Åland and Russia.
Photo Jens Hemmel