SCADpad Episode 4: The Future
How can design change the world? The students, faculty, staff and alumni who conceived, built and lived in SCADpad® micro-housing units provide some answers.
SCADpad Episode 3: The Art of Design
SCAD students, faculty, and alumni representing numerous discilplines created three SCADpad® micro-housing units — each with a unique theme and visual identity. A common green space extends the living area, creating a community environment.
SCADpad Episode 2: The Homework
An interdisciplinary group of SCAD students, faculty and alumni worked for 10 months to design and develop three SCADpad® micro-housing units—from their architectural footprints to custom furniture to remote home control—each to fit in the mere 135-square-feet of a standard parking space at SCAD Atlanta.
SCADpad Episode 1: The Big Idea
As the world's population continues to grow and concentrate in cities, SCAD has cultivated an entirely new vision of an urban community. SCADpad® embraces and advances the university’s deeply rooted commitment to adaptive reuse by using a SCAD Atlanta parking structure to create an inspirational and sustainable community.
An interview with Zac Posen
Interviewed by SCAD President Paula Wallace, fashion designer Zac Posen discusses glamour, fashion as architecture, and what it means to be a creator today.
SCAD visual effects alumnus Justin Holt
Visual effects artist Justin Holt explains how SCAD’s incredible network of faculty, alumni and professional connections helped him develop his talent and spark his career working on feature films.
SCAD photography alumnus Colin Gray
Photographer Colin Gray describes his love of capturing portraits, the thrill of collaborating with fellow artists and how SCAD’s nurturing environment helped him find his path as a professional artist. Photos property of Colin Gray and MTV/VH1.
SCAD furniture design alumna Katy Skelton
Furniture designer Katy Skelton discusses the influences that have shaped her creative career and her goal of developing functional, timeless art through every new piece she crafts.