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Building to the Limits: Amber Builds a Stadium.Building specialists are working together to create buildings that are safer, stronger, smarter, greener and more eye-catching than ever before.
The game really engages the children – it’s a fun and memorable way for them to learn.
Matt. 27. Teacher
Building to the limits and constructions challenges
Amber has gone to work with her dad. He is a famous sport stadium designer. Amber’s dad has just been pulled into a long and important planning meeting, but the deadline is looming on the new stadium design! Amber decides to help her dad and get the funky stadium back on track. Can you help Amber make important decisions about the stadium’s design? Amber must use experts to help her make the right choices about the stadium’s foundations, amenities, roof and lighting. The stadium must also be environmentally friendly. If Amber and the team of experts you enlist are successful you’ll have an award winning stadium.
Antenna is a world first - a constantly updated series of exhibitions devoted to science news, including breaking stories provided by the BBC. Antenna Feature Game ‘Amber Builds a Stadium’ is suitable for all audiences.
Available in kiosk and web formats.
Our planet creates extreme construction challenges. Earthquakes, floods, howling winds, desert heat and bitter cold - all test architects and engineers… to the limit. But with the help of science and technology, building experts are creating amazing and innovative structures that cope with the world's harshest locations.
Building specialists are working together to create buildings that are safer, stronger, smarter, greener and more eye-catching than ever before.
Iconic public buildings must not only look distinctive, but also perform well, now and in the future. New techniques are allowing architects, engineers and scientists to see how a building works before it is built, so that football pitches play perfectly and concert halls sound sweet.
This game was part of an Antenna Feature which could be found on the ground floor of the Science Museum.
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