"To be successful we must live from our imaginations, not from our memories."—Steven Covey
As you may know, the Challenger programme is an academic enrichment programme that aims to expose students to various academic areas. Challenger students had a lesson on 15th May at IKEA, Delft. This was part of the Challenger's curriculum where the students are encouraged to learn beyond the classroom.
The visit was themed: 'From matchstick to meatballs: A History with a bright future.'
The students were enlightened on the concept of IKEA and how it came to be. They also learned more about how interior design can both encompass sustainability and aesthetics.
This trip beyond the classroom also aimed to challenge the students theoretically but practically too. Students were given the assignment to design a student room (of 20 m2 ) with a budget of 500 euros. It was challenging, but fun, creative and very innovative, as they had to think outside the box!
Thank you very much for IKEA, Delft who organized this unique and fabulous visit!