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Film
1 week ago

A few months after World-Architects came across Amie Siegel's mesmerizing half-hour film The Architects in a museum, the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art speaks with the artist about her film and video installations. John Hill


Film
2 weeks ago

“Architecture as Organism (The Primordial Architect)” is one chapter in a film made by Bijoy and Premjit Ramachandran about architect Balkrishna Doshi, who won the Pritzker Architecture Prize in 2018 and died on January 24, 2023. John Hill


Film
3 weeks ago

For the Prada Fall Winter 2023 menswear show held inside the Deposito at Fondazione Prada, Rem Koolhaas and AMO devised a bare space with a movable ceiling punctuated... John Hill


Film
4 weeks ago

In a new film by Akira Koyama, founder and owner of KEY OPERATION INC. / ARCHITECTS, the Tokyo architect gives an on-site tour of Ginza Extra Small Building, a five-story commercial building with a tiny footprint. John Hill


Film
1 month ago

Filmmaker Mohamed El Zayat's "STRUCTURES" is a short film that was inspired by the Nasr City, the modernist desert city east of Downtown Cairo that was established in the late 1950s and is home to brutalist housing, stadiums, and other buildings. John Hill


Film
1 month ago

Two new short films see the Japanese design firm Nendo reimagining a pair of iconic holiday elements: the Christmas tree and the snow globe. John Hill


Film
2 months ago

From November 10 to 12, the municipality of Olot, Spain, hosted the latest Lluèrnia, which since 2012 has paid tribute to the volcanoes whose fire gave rise to the landscape of Garrotxa. Antonio La Gioia


Film
2 months ago

Michael Brand, director of the Art Gallery of New South Wales, gives a tour of a historic oil tank that has been repurposed as part of SANAA's Sydney Modern project opening December 3. John Hill


Film
2 months ago

A short film depicts the creation of Sculpting Reality – THE HOUSE SCULPTURE by Canadian artists Jacky Georges Lafargue and Louis Couturier, who were inspired by Gordon Matta-Clark and his concept of Anarchitecture. John Hill


Film
2 months ago

On his popular "Architecture with Stewart" YouTube channel, Stewart Hicks presents the history of Kisho Kurokawa's Nakagin Capsule Tower, explains why it was demolished, and speaks with artist Noritaka Minami, who documented the tower for over a decade. John Hill


Film
on 11/8/22

The Louisiana Museum of Modern Art speaks with architect Kim Herforth Nielsen of Copenhagen's 3XN about Quay Quarter Tower, the recipient of the International... John Hill


Film
on 11/1/22

Psyche and Aeon Video have shared Dream City: More, Better, Sooner, the 2016 short film by artist Alice May Williams, coinciding with the completion of the transformation of the Battersea Power... John Hill


Film
on 10/25/22

N*thing is Possible has been on display at the National Design Centre since Singapore Design Week in September. The asterisk in the title invites visitors to take "a journey to zero waste" with hospitality brand Potato Head, who curated the exhibition with OMA and Shinji Takagi. A short... John Hill


Film
on 10/19/22

Museum of Modern Art curator Martino Stierli has pulled Amie Siegel's The Architects from the museum's archive, putting the 33-minute film on display in the third-floor architecture gallery until January 2, 2023. John Hill


Film
on 10/13/22

Chicago-based architect and artist Amanda Williams is one of 25 recipients of 2022 MacArthur "Genius" Fellowships, as announced on Wednesday, October 12. Learn about how her "works visualize the ways urban planning, zoning, development, and disinvestment impact the lives of everyday residents"... John Hill


Film
on 10/10/22

Architect, author and curator Pedro Gadanho speaks about his new book Climax Change! How Architecture Must Transform in the Age of Ecological Emergency in a short film by urbanNext. John Hill


Film
on 9/27/22

The Culvert Guesthouse is a storage facility for furniture, artworks, and other artifacts sitting in a thick pine forest in Japan's Nagano Prefecture. The design by Nendo is pure minimalism made with prefabricated concrete box culverts that are typically used in infrastructure projects. John Hill


Film
on 9/21/22

The public can vote on their favorite among the 32 short films in the running for the AIA Film Challenge 2022. Deadline is October 14, with the winners to be announced on October 25. John Hill


Film
on 9/14/22

The Pritzker Architecture Prize has released a short film with highlights from this year's award ceremony honoring architect, educator and social activist Diébédo Francis Kéré. John Hill


Film
on 9/6/22

OPEN Architecture, the Beijing studio of LI Hu and HUANG Wenjing, has created OPEN Metropolis, an urban research and design project presented as a series of eight short films. John Hill


Film
on 9/2/22

Seven years in the making, the upgrading of the concert hall at the Sydney Opera House was completed and reopened earlier this summer. Designed by Peter Hall inside Jørn Utzon's iconic exterior, the concert hall was refurbished by ARM Architecture. John Hill


Film
on 8/26/22

The Frank Lloyd Wright Trust has released a 13-minute virtual tour of Frank Lloyd Wright's Imperial Hotel, which was built in Tokyo in 1923, famously and survived an earthquake the same year, but was demolished in... John Hill


Film
on 7/22/22

In a talk given at the TED Conference in Vancouver in April of this year, British designer Thomas Heatherwick argues against boring architecture and in favor of architectural diversity and a "global humanizing movement." John Hill


Film
on 7/5/22

Mud Frontier: Architecture at the Borderlands is the first feature-length documentary film made by Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum. The film follows Rael San Fratello’s experiments with 3D-printing technology and traditional adobe architecture. John Hill


Film
on 6/28/22

For the Motion. Autos, Art, Architecture exhibition now at the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, Gramazio Kohler Research is revisiting its ten-year-old Flight Assembled Architecture project, adding virtual inhabitants to the utopian city for 30,000 inhabitants. John Hill


Film
on 6/22/22

Foster + Partners has shared an episode of the Sky Arts documentary series The Art of Architecture that is devoted to the firm's Dolunary Villa in Kaplankaya, Turkey. John Hill


Film
on 6/14/22

Engineers Jürg Conzett and Gianfranco Bronzini, recipients of the Prix Meret Oppenheim 2022, speak about their process of designing bridges and other structures in a short film released upon their receipt of the prize on June 13. John Hill


Film
on 6/7/22

The Plus is a factory and experience center east of Oslo, Norway, designed by BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group for urban furniture manufacturer Vestre. A short film takes viewers above and inside the carbon-neutral facility that opens this month. John Hill


Film
on 6/6/22

The Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN) has been posting short films of the twenty shortlisted projects in the running for the 2022 Aga Khan Award for Architecture to its YouTube channel. John Hill


Film
on 5/24/22

On the occasion of Forensic Architecture – Witnesses, the fifth exhibition in the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art's "The Architect’s Studio" series, the museum presents a... John Hill


Film
on 5/19/22

This month the Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA) announced that the long-awaited Taipei Performing Arts Center is finally complete, with the official opening taking place in August. A five-minute film takes viewers inside the building. John Hill


Film
on 5/16/22

The Bubble, a 2021 film directed by Valerie Blankenbyl about The Villages, Florida – with over 150,000 residents, it is the largest retirement community in the world – won Best Documentary Feature Film at the BARQ Festival. John Hill


Film
on 5/5/22

Spazio Projects, the YouTube channel of Spazio, the bookstore, gallery, and "independent platform for critical reflection, speculation and discussion" in Milan, features videos with readings from books about architecture. John Hill


Film
on 4/27/22

Artist and architectural designer James Wines is profiled in a short film that launches the new "Built Ecologies: Architecture and Environment" video series from MoMA’s Emilio Ambasz Institute for the Joint Study of the Built and the Natural Environment. John Hill


Film
on 4/20/22

On April 26, 2022, the 200th anniversary of the birth of Frederick Law Olmsted, Sr., The Cultural Landscape Foundation (TCLF) is launching What's Out There Olmsted, a digital guide to hundreds of landscapes in North America designed by Olmsted and his successor firms. John Hill


Film
on 4/13/22

Architectural photographer and filmmaker Hans Georg Esch (aka HGEsch) presents a short film with video footage of numerous buildings in Europe and Asia designed by Tadao Ando, from the UNESCO Meditation Space in Paris to the Chichu Art Museum in Naoshima, Japan. John Hill


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