Rance Booth Smith Architects were delighted to welcome back Tyrone King on work experience last month, after he’d been inspired to find out more about a career in architecture during his visit to the Practice for Work Inspiration Week, part of the E3 Bradford Initiative, earlier this year.
In April Rance Booth Smith Architects opened its doors to local students, in an attempt to inspire the future generation of architects. Pupils from three local schools found out about ‘a week in the life of an architect’, learnt about sustainable design and spoke to an architecture student, working in the practice.
Director Linda Hollings said: ‘We were thrilled Tyrone wanted to join us for work experience and learn more about architecture, and it’s great that his Work Inspiration Week visit led to this.’
Tyrone King of Tong High School enjoyed a busy week at the Practice, working alongside architects, interior designers and sustainable design specialists. He said ‘I was there for a week during the October half term holiday and every day I learnt something new about architecture. I wish I could’ve stayed longer, but it was a great experience not to be forgotten.’