American School in London | Work experience students
CZWG recently welcomed two Year 10 & 11 work experience students Ami Price and Aadit Sengupta from the American School in London (ASL) as part of the school’s WorkX programme.
Ami and Aadit were asked to interpret an architectural brief for a Maggie’s centre, to develop a critical approach to design and present the evolution of their ideas and a final concept to the office.
They were supported through daily design tutorials and invited to participate in various other aspects of practice life - attending team meetings, project presentations, introductions to BIM and visualisations and a planning review with local officers on a live project.
Aadit said, “I personally loved the working environment and the people who assisted us in getting familiar with the lifestyle. Thank you for allowing me to have such a wonderful experience at the workspace and for giving us such valuable information about the architecture.”
Architectural Designer Kevin Wang, who oversees CZWG’s work experience programme, said “We were impressed with both Ami and Aadit’s drawing skills and understanding of space and materials. In their short week with us, we hope they have gained a deeper insight into the various considerations and teamwork from all parties involved to bring a project to life.”
We wish you both the best of luck and hope that your experience with us will encourage you to consider architectural studies in the future.
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