Where do buildings come from? The buildings we live, eat, work, and play in often start out in an architect’s mind as a simple form such as a cube or cylinder and evolve from there. Slowly, the architect either carves away from the volume or adds to it, molding a cube into a museum or a cylinder into a high-rise. Come and learn more about how the architectural design process begins and try your own hand at how to sculpt three-dimensional form into what will eventually become a building.