In Residence: Ricardo Bofill by Albert Moya

Miriam Giordano
24. September 2015
The former cement factory outside Barcelona that Bofill calls home. (Photo: Screenshot)

Albert Moya, the young director who was born in Tarragona and lives in the United States, has gifted us with a powerful and extremely poetic portrait of Ricardo Bofill, an icon of Catalan architecture.

Moya's short film debut, American Autumn, already showed his great sensitivity for recreating emotions through an aesthetic treatment of images. His contribution to the NOWNESS - In Residence series confirms these expectations. It shows us one of the most impactful fusions of private life and workspace, vision and passion about architecture. It is a short film that is like a monument.

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