F. Myles Sciotto February 10th, 2014
F.Myles Sciotto is an architect interested in the dynamics of space, sound and the dialogue between architecture and the body. He received his Masters of Architecture from SCI-Arc where he received the Best Thesis Honor studying with Jean-Michel Crettaz, Michael Rotondi and Benjamin Bratton. He is currently a Ph.D student at UCSB studying with Marcos Novak and holds a Lecturer position at USC School of Architecture teaching studios that focus on the role of interactive systems and sound within Architecture. He has taught and critiqued at SCI-Arc, USC, Columbia, Art Institute and Art Center and lives in downtown Los Angeles.