The STEM Secondary School is a recently completed modular construction project for the Lake Washington School District, designed by Integrus Architecture. It is a new choice school program of about 64,000 sf in total facility, constructed of 161 prefabricated modular units. The Lake Washington School District teamed with Heery International, Integrus Architecture and Absher Construction to achieve this innovative approach towards construction, STEM was design and executed as modular to address an ambitious schedule and scale.
Studio216 was brought in from the beginning of fabrication to produce a micro-documentary that showed the process of fabrication and construction. It was an amazing chance to follow a construction process from start to finish. Amy Enser, Studio216′s award winning Creative Director, Brian Liepe (DP) and Gabriel Miller (DP) traveled to Portland to witness the welding of the pre-fab modules and then filmed the transport of the units as they zoomed down the highway to the site. They interviewed architects and contractors throughout the construction process and then finally grabbed feedback from Teachers and students once they were in the building. This is the kind of architectural documentary that we love. We get to tell a story not just about the finished product and user satisfaction but about the entire process from start to finish.
STUDIO216 - Award Winning Digital Production and Visualization
Studio216 is an award winning digital production company with offices in Seattle and Shanghai. Studio216 produces engaging digital content that includes promotional videos, 2d and 3d animation, architectural animation, architectural rendering, interactive media and documentaries. Studio216 is made of 20 creative individuals with background in film, architecture, video gaming, software engineering, mobile application development, fine art, graphic design and animation.