52nd Annual AFSF High School Design Competition
The AFSF High School Design Competition puts students’ design skills, creativity, spatial and analytical thinking and craftsmanship to meet real-world challenges. With the guidance of instructors, high school students design a building or site and communicate their design solutions through drawings, renderings, and physical and 3D digital models. Recent challenges have included designing a performance space for the America’s Cup, a pavilion for the Super Bowl, and a Maker Space for a new city park.
The AFSF High School Design Competition is open to high school students throughout the Bay Area at no cost.