Cole Kazuo Masuno


Cole Kazuo Masuno is a Los Angeles based designer who has received his Bachelors of Architecture (B.Arch) from the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc).

He is currently working at Formation Association, and has co-taught as a teaching assistant for various design studios, visual and applied studies seminars at SCI-Arc. Prior to working at Formation Association, Cole worked at award winning offices such as Eric Owen Moss Architects, and Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects.

Cole is a principal/founder of Alterity Studio.

Things Worth Looking At — What Constitutes A Project...︎


Index

2024
(Air)rings
Jewelry



2023
AO Table
Furniture

HF01
Sculpture




Mark

Cole Kazuo Masuno


Cole Kazuo Masuno is a Los Angeles based designer who has received his Bachelors of Architecture (B.Arch) from the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc).

He is currently working at Formation Association, and has co-taught as a teaching assistant for various design studios, visual and applied studies seminars at SCI-Arc. Prior to working at Formation Association, Cole worked at award winning offices such as Eric Owen Moss Architects, and Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects.

Cole is a principal/founder of Alterity Studio.

Things Worth Looking At — What Constitutes A Project...︎

Index

2024
(Air)rings
Jewelry



2023
AO Table
Furniture

Sculpture



Mark

syllabus excercise 

IMAGE OBJECTS

Influence and Study

Los Angeles, California
Type: Syllabus
Instructor: Marcelyn Gow


This course examines emerging theoretical directions for architecture. The approach is thematic rather than chronological and forward-looking rather than historical, although history will be addressed as and when it applies to the material at hand. Special attention will be paid to the topics of highest interest and relevance at SCI-Arc with the understanding that new discourse will be generated, and new topics advanced over the course of the semester. Students will investigate, and actively participate in the risky and deeply creative work of speculation; to develop and articulate thoughtful, committed and highly individual positions on architecture as they wish it to be; and to openly share ideas and constructive criticism with one another.