SCI-Arc is proud to note that of the 154 NAAB accredited architectural programs in the United States, SCI-Arc ranked in seven categories, placing in more categories than other any other school in the nation.
Beginning in fall 2016, the new center led by Ruy will offer four graduate degree programs in fields including architectural technologies, entertainment and fiction, design of cities, and design theory and pedagogy.
SCI-Arc is pleased to announce its fall 2016 series of public events. SCI-Arc public lectures this coming fall will introduce speakers from a broad cross-section of today’s most exciting practitioners.
SCI-Arc is thrilled to announce the completion of a new home designed by SCI-Arc students in partnership with Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles (Habitat LA), Los Angeles County 2nd District, General Motors Foundation and Bernards.
Opening July 1 in the SCI-Arc Gallery, Control utilizes a conflation of techniques between interactive media and formal generation to produce a space which engages interface as a domestic and cultural condition.
SCI-Arc is pleased to present Joe Day/deagen-day design: ARRAYS, opening June 3 in the SCI-Arc Library. ARRAYS collects over three dozen maps and diagrams developed by Joe Day and his practice deegan-day design over the last two decades.
SCI-Arc launches a curatorial summer program led by renowned theorist, critic and historian Sylvia Lavin. Making Exhibitions in Architecture Today (MEAT), the first in a series of postgraduate seminars.
The Spring 2016 public lectures include speakers from a broad range of disciplines, as well as the new series Duels+Duets, unscripted conversations between a cross-section of practitioners. The lecture series is accompanied by several exhibitions.
SCI-Arc Shanghai is the first in a series of international workshops, preparatory programs, conferences and symposia intended to expand SCI-Arc’s outstanding reputation for architectural education and speculative learning to a broader audience.