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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
2 weeks ago

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
3 weeks ago

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
1 month ago

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


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1 month ago

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


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1 month ago

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
2 months ago

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 05/07/2022

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 28/06/2022

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 22/06/2022

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 14/06/2022

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 07/06/2022

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 06/06/2022

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 24/05/2022

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 19/05/2022

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 16/05/2022

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 05/05/2022

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 27/04/2022

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 20/04/2022

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 13/04/2022

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


Film
on 05/04/2022

With construction wrapping up on 111 West 57th Street, the super-skinny supertall designed by SHoP Architects for JDS Development, we present some footage by The Dronalist that shows how it and its Billionaire's Row neighbors are reshaping the Manhattan skyline. John Hill


Film
on 29/03/2022

Spirit of Space visits the Bay Area Discovery Museum in Sausalito, California, to speak with Olson Kundig partner Alan Maskin about the design of the play spaces inside and outside the museum. John Hill


Film
on 22/03/2022

The Canadian Centre for Architecture (CCA) has released two more short videos made as part of its Find and Tell program, in which scholars in residence at the CCA discuss some of their discoveries in the CCA's extensive archive. John Hill


Film
on 15/03/2022

Francis Kéré talks about his contributions as an architect, how he builds in his home town of Gando, the role of trees in his design, and more in five short films made on the occasion of being named John Hill


Film
on 08/03/2022

A short film made in 2020 draws attention to the Soviet-era modernist apartment buildings in Kyiv's Left Bank, which local tour guide Nate Robert describes as "the largest area of urban decay anywhere in the former Soviet Union." John Hill


Film
on 01/03/2022

The World Monuments Fund has revealed its 2022 World Monuments Watch, "a selection of 25 heritage sites of extraordinary cultural significance facing global challenges and whose preservation is urgent and vital to local communities." A video announcement discusses some of the sites and the... John Hill


Film
on 18/02/2022

Brad Cloepfil, founding principal of Allied Works, and Joyce Tsai, the director of the Clyfford Still Museum in Denver, Colorado, talk about the numerous qualities of the museum devoted to artist Clyfford Still on the building's tenth anniversary. John Hill


Film
on 14/02/2022

The latest architecture-themed short film from the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art features Marc-Christoph Wagner speaking with architect Lina Ghotmeh at her studio in Paris about the Stone Garden apartment building in Beirut. John Hill


Film
on 08/02/2022

The Louisiana Museum of Modern Art's Roxanne Bagheshirin Lærkesen visits Sent, Switzerland, to speak with Not Vital, the artist who has long been interested in building and in turn creates sculptural works that at times are as much architecture as art.  John Hill


Film
on 01/02/2022

In a short film at urbanNext, Harvard University professor Mohsen Mostafavi explains Japan Story: Between Architecture and Urbanization, a new website coming out of the Japan Urban Research Project he leads at Harvard GSD. John Hill


Film
on 27/01/2022

The Louisiana Museum of Modern Art spoke with British architect Peter Cook at his London studio in January, just before the opening of City Landscapes at the Danish Museum. John Hill


Film
on 21/01/2022

NOWNESS presents Energy of the Land, a short film with Kengo Kuma speaking about his geologically inspired design of the Kadokawa Culture Museum in Tokorozawa, not far from Tokyo.  John Hill


Film
on 11/01/2022

A short film by 9sekunden presents the Kunsthaus Zürich extension that was designed by David Chipperfield Architects Berlin and opened in October 2021. Filmed during the preview last spring, the film highlights the contemplative nature of the building, which borders on the monastic as the... John Hill


Film
on 05/01/2022

The answer, from director Altor Bigas in a short but dense film about the building at 43 Paseo de Gracia in Barcelona designed by Antoni Gaudí nearly 120 years ago: "CASA BATLLÓ - This Is Not A House." John Hill


Film
on 07/12/2021

The same week that Barbados removed Queen Elizabeth as head of state and became a republic, Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley announced the creation of the Barbados Heritage District, featuring a slavery memorial designed by Adjaye Associates, which released a short film visualizing the... John Hill


Film
on 30/11/2021

OPEN Architecture's Chapel of Sound is a semi-outdoor concert hall this sits on the floor of a valley north of Beijing famous for hosting remnants of the Ming Dynasty Great Wall. A short film captures the spatial and acoustical qualities of the recently completed building. John Hill


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