dreamARCHITECTURE 2020 Huntsville Winners

Overall Winner

Overall Winner
Harveen Deol, Columbia Elementary, 4th Grade, Sage Murine
“Library of Tranquility. My dream library is a living encyclopedia. It is the place where I can relax and enjoy the breathe taking view of the galaxy and marine life. It is animal friendly zone library so everyone can enjoy it. People can bring there animals and relax and sit with them. There are lots of plants to keep the air circulation flowing. It is a place for escape for the body and mind.”

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Huntsville Winners

1st Place Overall
Harveen Deol, Columbia Elementary, 4th Grade, Sage Murine

“Library of Tranquility. My dream library is a living encyclopedia. It is the place where I can relax and enjoy the breathe taking view of the galaxy and marine life. It is animal friendly zone library so everyone can enjoy it. People can bring there animals and relax and sit with them. There are lots of plants to keep the air circulation flowing. It is a place for escape for the body and mind.”

Kindergarten

1st Place
Abel Isley, Valley Fellowship Christian Academy, Sarah Annerton

My dream library on a submarine. You have to swim down to get to it. It has an anchor on it so you can climb up to the surface. You have to be careful to not get eaten by the sharks. The submarine is made out of metal. The books inside are about the army, navy, marines, airforce. Navy divers are the ones that goes under water.”

2nd Place
Abigail Dees, Valley Fellowship Christian Academy, Sarah Annerton

“My dream library is a castle for princesses and kings and queens it has books about how princesses defend their land and keep it safe.”

3rd Place
Kenzie Edwards, Valley Fellowship Christian Academy, Sarah Annerton

“My dream library is a library for kids and you can get movies there and eat there. The library teacher shows the kids the flowers.”

Honorable Mention
Makenzie Hammonds, Valley Fellowship Christian Academy, Sarah Annerton

“My library has lots of books candy, boats, fish, rainbows, suns, and lots of color and imagination. It is also about Jesus. All of my favorite teachers and friends are inside.”

1st Grade

2nd Place
Shelby Fewell, Valley Fellowship Christian Academy, Sarah Annerton

“My library is only for people who believe in fantasy. It has lot’s of make believe creatures. It’s not for mean people.”

3rd Place
Abigail Long, Westminster Christian Academy, Kay Williams

“My dream library is called Arabian Library. It has books about Arabia. The building is an Arabian palace. There is a kids place and an adult place.”

Honorable Mention
Landry Johnston, Valley Fellowship Christian Academy, Sarah Annerton

“My dream library is a superhero library where any character can come from Marvel or Star Wars can come to but no DC characters. The library is also shaped like a healthcare ship. It has books about superheros and how to become a superhero. There are also books about how to fight off the bad guys.”

2nd Grade

1st Place
Mason Turner, New Market School, Anna Parks

“My dream libary will be name Mason in cruntuy and it will have learning … about bayblades. Boat and shop to git bayblades.”

2nd Place
Tahirih Fananapazir, Monte Sano Elementary School, Rebecca Campbell

“I drew this picshore because… 1.) I love animals and I beleave they shold all get nice homes 2.) I love modern. Thank you for looking at my progeckt.”

3rd Place
Dylan Olive, Westminster Christian Academy, Kay Williams

“My Dream Library is the Music Library it has a waterfall a pond it has people playing music it also has confetti haging from the sailing.”

Honorable Mention
Emma Hamilton, Walnut Grove School, Anna Parks

“My library is called the playhouse library and it is behind a waterfall. It is made out of crystal.”

3rd Grade

1st Place
Nicol Mendoza Martinez, Walnut Grove School, Anna Parks

“People can go to learn to read books in Spanish and write Spanish. My library is called The Macic Place in Hunduras.”

2nd Place
Cindy Halter, Horizon Elementary School, Eryn Mitchell

“I made a Lighthouse Library because I love going to the beach. I have never been in a lighthouse but I always wanted to.”

3rd Place
Susie Steele, Westminster Christian Academy, Kay Williams

“For my library I made a reading nook. If I were to give it an award it would be ‘Most Cozyest.” My library if for ages 5-15. Every time you visit my library you get a free bookmark.”

Honorable Mention
Hayes Harris, Rainbow Elementary School, Misty Farmer

“My dream library has a skydiving area to get to the high books, and when you open a book it pulls you inside.”

4th Grade

1st Place
Josh Berckholtz, Hampton Cove Elementary, Lori Nelson

“A Korean library inspired me to use the structure but to create color changing lights with it and add my local restaurants.”

1st Place
Eric Weon, Columbia Elementary, Sage Murine

“My dream library’s name is Dragon’s Kingdom the sky library because this library is focused on all dragons. The library has a big dragon statue on top of the library and the building design of the library are dragon’s marble and Apollo 11 spacecraft shape. The library can fly because it has boosters. The inside of the library have all books about dragons, tables to study and read. There are computers to play games about dragons and also big screen book so people can touch the screen and choose books what they want to read. Some bookshelves are designed to rocket and circle shapes to be interesting to children. People can borrow all kinds of dragon books, dragon game packs, dragon movies, and dragon legos.”

2nd Place
Wyatt Jordan, New Market School, Anna Parks

“The Library of Creative Chaos is the best; it has many areas to go on a quest. You can paint, draw, build, and dance too; a large greenhouse is also inside for you. But there is nothing more greater than its variety of books to read; the Library of Creative Chaos is what you need.”

3rd Place
Grace Annerton, Valley Fellowship Christian Academy, Sarah Annerton

“My dream library is a castle for hamster lovers. It is complete with tubes that allow the readers and hamster workers to get from one level to another. The hamsters move around the library in hamster balls with retractable claws for grabbing the readers’ books.”

Honorable Mention
Savannah Valez, Heritage Elementary, Rachel Gibbs

“I got the F in Fantasy!”

5th Grade

1st Place
Abby Chan, Columbia Elementary, Sage Murine

“My ‘Library’ has 3 different sections, Art, Math, Reading. My library is made of glass and inside the 1st floor has books. The 2nd and 3rd is reading and quiet places. My Art Library also has 3 floors it has Art lessons and history. My math Library has math lessons and textbooks. Everything can be borrowed or is for free.”

2nd Place
Lucas Isreal, Randolph School, Vinchenza Sweet

“My dream Library is called the vastro library for my comic company Vastro. I have a comic area for people to sit in the quiet and make a comic. They also can put it in the library. The restraunt is called Eagles Bar after are small restraunt when friends come over. I colored all the different areas so they would be colorful. The color is supposed to be carpet or tile. Thank you.”

3rd Place
Sheridan Jones, Valley Fellowship Christian Academy, Sarah Annerton

“My dream library is a cultural Japanese library. There is a little bit of modern day tech in my library. When you come in you hear calm music. You are asked if you would like Oolang, Jasmine, or Green Tea. You are offered a nice hot bath as well. After you get cleansed, you can read your books or research in peace.”

Honorable Mention
Piper, New Market School, Amber Moore

“My library is the Creative Cove Library. In my library, we have books leading from non-fiction to poetry! My library also includes a café, a creative lounge, a quiet zone, and a pet room! My library is placed on earth but accessible from anywhere! This colorful library also includes a book slide for hard to reach books to safely reach the ground. Hope to see you soon!”