1. SCI-Arc


    Symposium for
    Centre Pompidou – Paris, France
    September 27-30, 2012

    Advances in Architectural Geometry (AAG) is a symposium presenting theoretical works and practices linked to new geometrical development applicable to architecture. AAG has become a reference in the professional field and is supported by the direct participation of the most renowned architectural design and engineering offices along with academic laboratories.

    SCI-Arc was invited amongst 15 world renowned architecture schools to submit a video presentation dedicated to recent developments in architectural geometry and computation. This presentation will be shown at the Centre Pompidou in Paris and allow a large public to discover some of the most interesting and challenging experiments currently being carried out at SCI-Arc.

    Production: Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc)
    Director: Herwig Baumgartner
    Filming + Editing: Ryan Tyler Martinez
    Interviews: Marcelyn Gow


    Eric Owen Moss (SCI-Arc Director)
    Hernan Diaz Alonso (SCI-Arc Graduate Programs Chair)

    SCI-Arc Faculty
    by order of appearance
    Andrew Atwood
    Devyn Weiser
    Peter Testa
    Marcelo Spina
    Elena Manferdini
    Florencia Pita
    Herwig Baumgartner
    Marcelyn Gow 
    Tom Wiscombe

    SCI-Arc Faculty + Robot Fellows:
    Brandon Kruysman
    Jonathan Proto



    Jad Atoui

    BPitch Control

    Built Projects
    by order of appearance

    Eric Owen Moss Architects
    Samitaur Tower

    Prism Gallery

    B+U - Herwig Baumgartner, Scott Uriu
    Frank / Kim Residence

    SCI-Arc Gallery
    by order of appearance

    Ramiro Diaz-Granados
    Florencia Pita
    Steven Holl Architects
    Greg Lynn Form
    Olyer Wu Collaborative

    by order of appearance

    Ivan Bernal
    Nefeli Chatzimina
    Erick Carcamo
    David Eskenazi
    Sophie Lauriault
    Brandon Vickers
    Nicholas Edward Kinney
    Francisco Alarcon Ruiz
    Brandon Vickers
    Michael Gross
    Nicholas Poulos
    Wilson Wu

    Daniele Profeta

    B+U - Herwig Baumgartner, Scott Uriu
    Nema Ashjaee
    David Baurassa
    Nick Funaro
    Ricardo Lledo
    Anthony Morey
    Aaron Ryan

    Student Work
    by order of appearance
    Undergraduate + Graduate

    Yichen Lee
    Cho Yan
    Sophie Lauriault
    Ryan Tyler Martinez
    Marie-Sophie Starlinger
    Makenzie Murphy
    Joel Kerner
    Marcus Westberg
    Anass Benhachmi
    Benjamin Farnsworth
    Michael Nesbit
    Jason Orbe-Smith
    Keyla Hernandez
    Jason Menz
    Brandon Kruysman
    Jon Proto
    Alex Robinson
    Peter Vikar
    Erin Besler
    Tyler Martin
    Paul Stoelting
    Paul Trussler
    Viola Ago
    Anass Benhachmi
    Talin Ebrahimi
    Curime Batliner
    Brandon Kruysman
    Jonathan Proto
    Robbie Crabtree
    Byungmo Kang
    Eugene Kosgoron
    Siim Tuksam
    William Hu
    Haleh Olfati
    Jasmine Park
    Ashley Sholder
    Wan Lee
    Mehrzad Rafeei
    Somayyeh Ramezani
    Sean Markle
    Jacques Lesec
    Eric Wisarut
    Pablo Osorio
    Francisco Moure
    Amir Habibabadi
    Alex Dahm
    Mohammed Aljehani
    David Bantz
    Michael Gross
    Hsu Han-Yin
    Nathan Skrepcinski
    Brain Kirk Henry
    Johannes Beck
    Andrew Kragness
    Karen Shueh
    Nicholas Barger
    Mike Woodruff
    Jonathan Schnure
    Jia Zhou Zhu
    Alex Phi
    Sonali Patel
    Anthony Morey
    Ricardo Lledo
    Aaron Ryan
    Keti Carapuli
    Jacques Lesec
    Christopher Martin
    Francisco Moure
    Pablo Osorio
    Maya Alam
    Christina Anton
    Stefano Passeri
    Joseph Ramiro
    Koho Lin
    Zidan Zhao
    Paul Mecomber
    Vincent Pocsik

    Cover image: Anass Benhachmi and Benjamin Farnsworth, 2GBX Spring 2012: Instructor Andrew Atwood.

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  2. SCIarc RoCoCo Seminar, Spring 2012
    A project by Sarah Blahut, Ben Crawford, Andrew Kragness, & Vanessa Teng

    # vimeo.com/55052954 Uploaded 48 Plays 0 Comments
  3. Compilation of student work from our Eye,Robot Seminar at SCI-Arc Fall 2012.

    Course: Eye,Robot : Introduction to Robotics
    “Eye, Robot” focuses on the intersection of computation, robotic fabrication, and cinematography. The course explores robotic motion control as a creative medium for designers, mainly through the use of the custom robotic animation software platform, designed specifically for the SCI-Arc Robot House. The platform has the unique ability for the designer not only to design motion, but also to program, simulate, and speculate all at the same time. This type of animation space suspends the distinction between simulation, speculation, and ‘the real’, making it very hard for one to determine which is which while questioning traditional notions of architectural representation.


    Instructors: Brandon Kruysman, Jonathan Proto

    Institution: The Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc)

    Students: (included in compilation)
    Anass Benhachmi, William Hu, Viola Ago, David Eskenazi, Ryan Tyler Martinez, Alex Phi, Rafael Ruiz, Philippe Arias, Scott Starr, Chris Jimenez, Zhexiong Hu, Shitong Zhang, Jack Gaumer, Nicholas Barger, Rangel Karaivanov, Andrew Kragness, Chheng Lim, Matthew Asfaw, Jung Huang, Brian Harms, Haejun Jung, Yuying Chen, Daniela Arriagada, Antonio Follo, Kervin Lau, Maria Setaro, Simon Alvarez, Naomi Scully

    # vimeo.com/59316895 Uploaded 23K Plays 18 Comments
  4. R2R 'Real to Reel' ESTm Testa Vertical Studio
    SCI-Arc Fall 2012
    Students: Evan Emery, Nicholas Barger, Andrew Kragness, Rangel Karaivanov
    Instructor: Peter Testa with Brandon Kruysman & Jonathan Proto
    AT: Peter Vikar

    # vimeo.com/59600025 Uploaded
  5. R2R 'Real to Reel' ESTm Testa Vertical Studio
    SCI-Arc Fall 2012
    Students: Evan Emery, Nicholas Barger, Andrew Kragness, Rangel Karaivanov
    Instructor: Peter Testa with Brandon Kruysman and Jonathan Proto
    AT: Peter Vikar

    # vimeo.com/60016181 Uploaded


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