Project Pipeline Architecture Camp is a national initiative established in 2006 by the National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA). This two-week camp is open to anyone interested in becoming an architect or learning how to design a building. Campers will learn about hip-hop architecture, eco architecture/sustainability, modern architecture, how to sketch by hand and use 2D/3D software. Once campers have brainstormed, presented and refined their design ideas, they will build a scale model of their design using technology and equipment in the fab lab. This camp includes lunch-and-learn sessions with professional architects and contractors. Campers keep all completed projects.