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USC School of Architecture

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Background Information

Employment History

Owner and Principal

Gigante


Instructors

University of Southern California


Affiliations

MADWORKSHOP

Director and Board Member


826LA

Advisory Board


Socrates Sculpture Park

Socrates Emerging Artist Fellow


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madworkshop.org

Driven by the need to address Los Angeles' rapidly accelerating homelessness crisis, the concept of the Studio was conceived in 2015 by Mary Klaus Martin, Co-Founder of MADWORKSHOP, and developed in partnership with USC and USC faculty members R. Scott Mitchell and Sofia Borges.


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R. Scott Mitchell
Lecturer/Educator, Digital Fabrication and Design R. Scott Mitchell is owner/principal of Gigante AG, a Los Angeles design-build and fabrication-consulting firm. He has worked for Gehry Partners, Morphosis, Bestor Architecture and Atelier Van Lieshout (Rotterdam). Early in his career, he worked as both a laboratory machinist and engineering fabricator. His work has appeared in Art News, ArtForum, Paper Magazine, and the 826National publication 'Essentially Odd'. Scott has exhibited at High Desert Test Sites, Vox Populi Gallery, and Socrates Sculpture Park, where he was a Socrates Emerging Artist Fellow in 2006. Since 2007 he has been teaching digital fabrication and design at the USC School of Architecture. He is currently on the advisory board of 826LA, a children's educational non-profit.


madworkshop.org

R. Scott Mitchell | Lecturer/Educator, Digital Fabricator and Designer
R. Scott Mitchell is owner/principal of Gigante AG, a Los Angeles design-build and fabrication-consulting firm. He has worked for Gehry Partners, Morphosis, Bestor Architecture and Atelier Van Lieshout (Rotterdam). Early in his career, he worked... R. Scott Mitchell is owner/principal of Gigante AG, a Los Angeles design-build and fabrication-consulting firm. He has worked for Gehry Partners, Morphosis, Bestor Architecture and Atelier Van Lieshout (Rotterdam). Early in his career, he worked as both a laboratory machinist and engineering fabricator. His work has appeared in Art News, ArtForum, Paper Magazine, and the 826National publication 'Essentially Odd'. Scott has exhibited at High Desert Test Sites, Vox Populi Gallery, and Socrates Sculpture Park, where he was a Socrates Emerging Artist Fellow in 2006. Since 2007 he has been teaching digital fabrication and design at the USC School of Architecture. He is currently on the advisory board of 826LA, a children's educational non-profit.


madworkshop.org

R. Scott Mitchell
Lecturer/Educator, Digital Fabrication and Design R. Scott Mitchell is owner/principal of Gigante AG, a Los Angeles design-build and fabrication-consulting firm. He has worked for Gehry Partners, Morphosis, Bestor Architecture and Atelier Van Lieshout (Rotterdam). Early in his career, he worked as both a laboratory machinist and engineering fabricator. His work has appeared in Art News, ArtForum, Paper Magazine, and the 826National publication 'Essentially Odd'. Scott has exhibited at High Desert Test Sites, Vox Populi Gallery, and Socrates Sculpture Park, where he was a Socrates Emerging Artist Fellow in 2006. Since 2007 he has been teaching digital fabrication and design at the USC School of Architecture. He is currently on the advisory board of 826LA, a children's educational non-profit.


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The Homeless Studio was led by Acting Director Sofia Borges and Board Member R. Scott Mitchell.
Driven by the need to address Los Angeles' rapidly accelerating homelessness crisis, the concept of the Studio was conceived in 2015 by Mary Klaus Martin, Co-Founder of MADWORKSHOP, and developed in partnership with USC and USC faculty members R. Scott Mitchell and Sofia Borges. The Martin's funding allowed for a group of students, under the mentorship of R. Scott Mitchell, to form a studio class and answer this real-world client request.


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