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A Legacy of Mies and King is a documentary about Mecanoo's renovation of Washington, DC's MLK Memorial Library, designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe in 1972 and named for Martin Luther King, Jr. Mecanoo is making the 2017 film available following the reopening of the renovated library... John Hill


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Louisiana Channel has released a short film, The Walls Are Dancing, in which architect Anna Heringer describes the design and realization of Anandaloy, the building in Bangladesh that just won the John Hill


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1 week ago

A new video from Polygon explores the role of architecture in video games, discussing how players move and feel in such games as Control, Dark Souls, Portal, and Gone Home. John Hill


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2 week ago

The Wolfsonian Public Humanities Lab at Florida International University is in the midst of its six-part series titled Whither Criticism?, which features live conversations with architecture critics on Wednesdays in September and October. John Hill


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3 week ago

On the morning of October 6, the award ceremony for the 2020 Pritzker Architecture Prize given to Yvonne Farrell and Shelley McNamara of Grafton Architects... John Hill


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3 week ago

The winners of the Young Talent Architecture Award (YTAA) will be announced during YTAA Day, taking place online from 11:00 to 17:00 (CEST) on Monday, October 5. Watch it live here.


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1 month ago

Construction has wrapped on Depot Boijmans Van Beuningen, the bowl-shaped building in Rotterdam designed by MVRDV. Although the building won't open to the public until fall 2021, a walkthrough animation reveals the depot's inner workings.


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With many buildings unable to open for this year's Open House weekend in London (September 19-20), Open City commissioned Stephenson / Bishop to create 30 short films that give viewers tours of some of the city's most unique places. John Hill


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1 month ago

As part of the Architecture + DesignFilm Festival Winnipeg taking place in-person and online September 16-20, the winners of the 2020 ArchiShorts competition have been announced. John Hill


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1 month ago

VernissageTV visits the inaugural Biennale Bregaglia in Bergell, Switzerland, where artists from all over the country have installed artworks that sometimes interact directly with the historical landscapes and buildings. John Hill


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1 month ago

In a new, highly informative film, Akira Koyama, founder and owner of KEY OPERATION / ARCHITECTS, gives an in-depth presentation of a recently completed residential project in Tokyo that his firm designed for people living with cats. John Hill


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2 month ago

The winner of the professional category of Reimagining Brooklyn Bridge, an international design competition organized by the New York City Council and the Van Alen Institute, Brooklyn Bridge... John Hill


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2 month ago

Skateboarders Murilo Peres and Pedro Barros — with a lot of help from Red Bull and the estate of Oscar Niemeyer — were granted permission to skateboard in, under, and atop thirteen of Niemeyer's buildings in Rio de Janeiro, Brasilia, and other parts of Brazil. John Hill


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Studio Gang: Architecture is the name of the new monograph of the Chicago firm led by Jeanne Gang, and it is the title of a short film in which Gang speaks about the themes behind Studio Gang's completed and... John Hill


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2 month ago

In the lead up to the 27th World Congress of Architects in Rio de Janeiro in July 2021 — delayed one year from its original date due to COVID-19 — the International Union of Architects (UIA) features an interview with architect Francis Kéré, who will give a keynote at UIA2021RIO. John Hill


Film
on 2020/7/2

NOWNESS, in the latest installment of its "Constructed Views" series, presents a profile of Etsuro Sotoo, the sculptor who left Japan in 1978 for Barcelona and has since devoted himself to the completion of Antoni Gaudí's Sagrada Familia. John Hill


Film
on 2020/6/24

The American Institute of Architects has launched this year's AIA Film Challenge, asking filmmakers, architects, and storytellers in the United States to submit mini documentaries (60- to 90-second videos) that can be during stay-at-home orders. John Hill


Film
on 2020/6/12

Amnesty International and SITU Studio, an architectural practice based in Brooklyn, have released Choking Dissent: How Tear Gas is Used to Crush Protests, a video analysis that explores the mechanics of tear gas and how the "less lethal" munition interacts with spaces of protest. John Hill


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on 2020/6/9

Swiss furniture company Vitra is making the 90-minute film from 2018 Chair Times: A History of Seating – From 1800 to Today available to watch for free on its website, alongside sixteen short "Chair Stories." John Hill


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on 2020/6/4

A new short film by Jim Stephenson and Laura Mark mixes visits to some of Zaha Hadid's buildings — Vitra Fire Station, MAXXI, London Aquatics Centre — with remembrances of the late architect by Eva Jiřičná. John Hill


Film
on 2020/5/27

Every Friday the Swiss Architecture Museum is holding "S AM Calls," in which S AM director Andreas Ruby talks with architects, urbanists, and others about the significance of the "coronavirus condition" on architecture and cities. John Hill


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on 2020/5/20

As part of its ongoing Texture & Transparency series, The Glass House has released a virtual tour of the Studio, one of ten structures on Philip Johnson's New Canaan, Connecticut, estate. John Hill


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on 2020/5/12

Spaceship Earth is a new documentary directed by Matt Wolf that tells the story of Biosphere 2, the experimental laboratory in the Arizona desert that housed eight scientists for two years nearly thirty years ago. John Hill


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on 2020/5/11

The Fundació Mies van der Rohe and Labóh are hosting the second European Conference on Architecture & the Media online from May 11 to May 14. Stream the talks and conversations here.


Film
on 2020/5/5

Santiago Calatrava's design has been selected in a competition to build a new highway bridge over the Rhine River west of Eglisau, Switzerland. A short film presents a model of the winning design. John Hill


Film
on 2020/4/23

As part of The World Around's online symposium held on Earth Day, Andrés Jaque of the Office for Political Innovation and Iván López Munuera made a 14-minute film about the "massive architectural transformation... John Hill


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on 2020/4/14

One of the ways architects have been helping with the COVID-19 pandemic is making face shields and other PPE with the 3D printers in their office. A shield from ICD caught our attention for its simplicity: one sheet of plastic, two folds, two holes, and one rubber band. John Hill


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on 2020/4/7

The first dozen films and lectures in SpazioFMG's ongoing "The Architects Series" are available to stream online. Here we highlight seven of the films about World-Architects member firms. John Hill


Film
on 2020/4/3

A short film by architectural photographer Jim Stephenson explores the architecture of Walmer Yard, the residential building in London designed by Peter Salter with Fenella Collingridge for developer Crispin Kelly. John Hill


Film
on 2020/3/26

The 2019 MPavilion, designed by Australian architect Glenn Murcutt, closed on March 18 after its four-month run in Melbourne's Queen Victoria Gardens. A new podcast series includes a conversation between Murcutt and MPavilion organizer Naomi Milgrom. John Hill


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on 2020/3/17

The Junshan Cultural Center is a clubhouse and sales center catering to a development north of Beijing, near the Miyun Reservoir. A short film takes viewers above, around, and inside Neri&Hu's... John Hill


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on 2020/3/3

Yvonne Farrell and Shelley McNamara talk about each other, the work of Grafton Architects, and the responsibility of architects in our age of environmental crises, in a trio of films made on the occasion of being named the John Hill


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on 2020/2/18

The design of the gift shop inside Jean Nouvel's National Museum of Qatar was inspired by caves, as explained by architect Koichi Takada in a short film from ERCO. John Hill


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on 2020/2/12

In just over a week Countryside, The Future opens at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York City. Five years in the making, the much-anticipated research-based exhibition curated by OMA's Rem Koolhaas and AMO's Samir Bantal will take over the whole of the museum's rotunda. John Hill


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on 2020/2/5

Danish architect Bjarke Ingels spoke with PLANE—SITE in BIG's Brooklyn office, in the last of three videos being released before the European Cultural Centre's Time-Space-Existence exhibition that opens in Venice in May. John Hill


Film
on 2020/1/24

NOWNESS presents a short film directed by Milanese filmmaker Michele Foti that uses Giancarlo De Carlo's masterpiece, the Collegi Universitari di Urbino, as a backdrop for a "mysterious debate" between two people described in subtitles and accompanied by the sounds of students and discordant... John Hill


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