The days of summer are a welcomed relief after a year buried in studio, where you are constantly straining, flexing, pushing the designer within. Today we came across a short film sharing a glimpse into the culture and students of SCI-Arc. The life of an architecture student is perfectly framed by LJ Roxas as “High Speed and always running”. Never stop running and check out the film after the jump!
FILM: Ryan Tyler Martinez
“This film tries to capture the fast moving, always running, never stopping endeavors of an architecture student. Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc) is widely regarded as one of the top universities in the world for the study of contemporary architecture and emerging technologies.
Filmed over an eight month period, the focus of the filming was on physical architecture models and the movement of students and work within space.
The Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc) is an independent school of architecture in Los Angeles, CA. It offers graduate and undergraduate degrees, urban and emerging systems studies, public programs and lectures. sciarc.edu”