Each semester, students at the Southern California Institute of Architecture can enroll in specialized design studios with faculty and visiting architects.
The SCI-Arc México initiative has spurred an ongoing dialog between the Los Angeles-based school and Mexican architects, artists, and thinkers.
Inaugurated in 1976, the Southern California Institute of Architecture’s lectures can be accessed online at the SCI-Arc Media Archive.
The Making+Meaning summer program offers participants the opportunity to join the vibrant design community at SCI-Arc as they work on projects to jumpstart or enhance a design portfolio.
Following President Trump’s executive order limiting travel from seven Muslim-majority countries, cultural groups and organizations have issued statements against the ban.
Students at SCI-Arc learn from a faculty of renowned instructors with a distinct ability to advance leading design theory beyond the thresholds of academia.
SCI-Arc is an internationally renowned independent college of architecture.
Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc) is well known for its progressive curriculum, and for a board of trustees that counts among its members such titans as Frank Gehry, Thom Mayne, and Eric Owen Moss.
SCI-Arc’s elective vertical studios pair small groups of upper-level, graduate, and undergraduate students with elite faculty and international architects.
MAKING+MEANING is SCI-Arc’s five-week summer program for individuals looking to both expand the breadth of their knowledge of architecture and immerse themselves in the school’s studio culture.