Sponsored in part by HKS, Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas and the Galleria Mall partnered together to transform one of Dallas’s most popular malls into a miniature museum of ten different structures created almost entirely out of Girl Scout Cookie Boxes.
Going on its 10th year of cookie box fun, this year’s theme is Ecosystems, which encouraged girls to learn more about the world around them by using colorful cookie box choices for their structures, and work alongside architects and engineers to help bring their ideas to life through the use of STEM (science, technology, engineering and math).
Take a look a some of the designs these brilliant Girl Scouts came up with!
Team 1: Good Fulton & Farrell – Saltwater/Aquatic
Team 2: Balfour Beatty Construction (Cross Timbers Architects) – Coniferous Forest/Mountains
Team 3: HDR – Tundra
Team 4: HKS – Grasslands
Team 5: Omniplan – Deciduous Forest
Team 6: Stocker Hoesterey Montenegro – Rainforest
Team 7: ASCE-Dallas – Freshwater Aquatics
Team 8: Paris ISD – Deciduous Forest
Team 9: Science Entertainment & Design – Wetlands
Team 10: Cisco Science Matters in America – Desert
So that’s one way to see these cool structures, but it’s much more exciting in person! Also, don’t forget to cast your vote for your favorite girl-led structure. The Cookie Box Creations display will be at the Galleria Mall until Sunday, March 22!