Chicago Architecture Foundation Launches

 Lawndale News Chicago's Bilingual Newspaper - Local NewsChicago Architecture Foundation (CAF) launched, a unique web-based learning tool that gives high school students the opportunity to solve real-world design problems. Through project-based learning and social networking, students can learn about architecture and develop important life and work skills.

Any school can participate in as part of a classroom curriculum, and any student can explore it on their own to supplement his or her after school enrichment. is available free 24/7 to anyone with internet access. To launch this new learning tool, CAF is holding a national architectural design competition for high school students. Students will be tasked with redesigning their high school cafeteria for healthy eating in a sustainable space. The winner will receive a trip to Chicago for an once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to experience Chicago’s amazing architectural legacy. To enter the competition or for more information, visit

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