Sign up your budding designers for some bending and stretching—to recreate Melbourne’s key architectural landmarks with their bodies! Inspired by Japanese trio Isamu Yoneyama, Masaki Onishi and Motoko (who created Kenchiku Taiso, or ‘architectural gymnastics’, to help children learn about architecture using their bodies), collaborative design studio Sibling will guide this low-impact introduction to the built environment using fun and fitness. It’s movement for future architects.
For children under the age of ten. Parent supervision required.