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The latest episode of Mossback's Northwest, the Cascade PBS video series hosted by Knute Berger (aka Mossback), tells the story of architect Minoru Yamasaki and the US Science Pavilion he designed for the 1962 Seattle World's Fair. John Hill


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1 week ago

A short film from Serpentine features Korean architect Minsuk Cho speaking about the work of his firm, Mass Studies, and his design of Archipelagic Void, this year's Serpentine Pavilion, opening to the public in London's Kensington Gardens on Friday, June 7. John Hill


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1 week ago

Riken Yamamoto, recipient of the 2024 Pritzker Architecture Prize, will present his laureate lecture, “Community: The Architect as Catalyst for Change,” at the Illinois Institute of Technology's S.R. Crown Hall in Chicago on Thursday, May 16. The lecture, followed by a panel discussion with... John Hill


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3 weeks ago

A new short film from Spirit of Space takes viewers inside Studio Gang's transformation of the Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts. Jeanne Gang and Juliane Wolf of Studio Gang and Kate Orff of SCAPE explain the design aspects of the project and how it reflects the changing nature of museums this... John Hill


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3 weeks ago

The Glass House is displaying the Paper Log House designed by Shigeru Ban Architects and constructed by students from The Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture of The Cooper Union. A short film shows the fabrication of the building off-site and its assembly on Philip Johnson's 49-acre estate... John Hill


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1 month ago

A short video produced in collaboration with the MoMA exhibition ED RUSCHA / NOW THEN, now on display at LACMA, explores Ed Ruscha’s Streets of Los Angeles archive, which was acquired by the Getty Research Institute in 2012 and is in the process of being digitized and made publicly... John Hill


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1 month ago

A new video by Preservation Futures, working with the Chicago Architecture Center and Alex Ensign, draws attention to the threats to the Century and Consumer Buildings in Chicago's Loop, which the Federal government wants to demolish and leave as empty lots over security concerns. John Hill


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1 month ago

Watch a short film from VernissageTV of Ryoji Ikeda's data.tecture [nº1], the immersive sound and video installation that was recently shown at Blum Gallery in Los Angeles as part of Thirty Years: Written with a Splash of Blood. John Hill


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1 month ago

Writer, curator, and educator Ole Bouman is in the midst of a “Journey to the East”: a roughly 7,000-mile (11,250-km) bicycle tour from Amsterdam to Shanghai and Tongji University, where he currently teaches. Bouman is documenting the journey through his website, social media, and a YouTube... John Hill


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1 month ago

Stuart Graff, president and CEO of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, gives a tour of Tirranna, a late but lesser-known house designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for a “breathtaking” setting in New Canaan, Connecticut, that, Graff says, “rivals even Wright's most famous work, Fallingwater, in the... John Hill


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2 months ago

A short, 12-minute film from the Victoria and Albert Museum takes viewers insides some of the buildings in Tropical Modernism: Architecture and Independence, the exhibition at the V&A that looks at the colonial origins of Tropical Modernism in British West Africa. John Hill


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2 months ago

Fluid Forms is an architectural project carried out by researchers at ETH Zurich's Digital Building Technologies that explores a new and innovative means of robotically 3D-printing doubly curved thin shells. A short film distills the three-week fabrication and assembly down to three minutes. John Hill


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2 months ago

Short films about resource extraction, Alison and Peter Smithson's Robin Hood Gardens, living conditions in Nepal, and a humorous take on the European housing crisis are the winners of the latest biennial TRANSFER Architecture Video Awards, announced on February 22. John Hill


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2 months ago

Google, which occupies a string of old buildings in Manhattan's Chelsea neighborhood, has just opened a new headquarters in Hudson Square, about a mile south, in an old building that served as the southern terminus of the High Line. A short film from Google takes viewers inside the renovation... John Hill


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3 months ago

Architects Mauricio Pezo and Sofia von Ellrichshausen of Chile's Pezo von Ellrichshausen speak about the drawings of Argentine architect Amancio Williams as they browse his archive at the Canadian Centre for Architecture, part of the third and last installment in the CCA's Out of the Box... John Hill


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on 15/02/2024

Architectural Digest presents a short film, narrated by A-list celebrities, that takes viewers inside the Brown House in Bel Air, California, designed by Richard Neutra in 1955, restored by Marmol Radziner for Tom Ford earlier this century, and recently remodeled by Hollywood producer Ryan... John Hill


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on 06/02/2024

As we await the announcement of the finalists for the 2024 European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture – Mies van der Rohe Award, watch a half-hour video on the selection of the winners of the EUmies Awards 2022. John Hill


Film
on 30/01/2024

In Structures of Being, Argentine artist Sofia Crespo covered the historic facade of Antoni Gaudí's Casa Batlló in Barcelona with AI-generated images over two nights in January. John Hill


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on 24/01/2024

Five months after the Norman Foster retrospective exhibition wrapped up its three-month run at the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris, the Norman Foster Foundation has released a 45-documentary about the making of the exhibition and a survey of some of the numerous projects in the... John Hill


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on 16/01/2024

The ten “regions” of NEOM, the new urban plan in northwestern Saudi Arabia, were unveiled over the course of the last three years, from The Line in January 2021 until Aquellum just this month. Ten short films reveal the preliminary imagery and themes for each region. John Hill


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on 09/01/2024

In a short film from Vlaams Architectuurinstituut (Flanders Architecture Institute), curators Bie Plevoets and Sofie De Caigny describe As Found. Experiments in Preservation, the exhibition focusing on contemporary approaches to renovating existing buildings that is John Hill


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on 04/01/2024

Listen to Ben van Berkel talk about his travels to China, the theater UNStudio is building in Hong Kong, projects in Australia, Germany and Spain, the recently completed John Hill


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on 12/12/2023

The latest video tour by Akira Koyama, founder and owner of KEY OPERATION INC. / ARCHITECTS, goes inside the new headquarters the studio designed for Juzen Chemical Corporation near the Jintsu River in the city of Toyama. John Hill


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on 05/12/2023

The latest architecture-related filmed interview from Louisiana Museum of Modern Art's Louisiana Channel features Reinier de Graaf, partner at OMA in... John Hill


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on 28/11/2023

London's Architecture Foundation recently held its annual Book Week, featuring “fourteen of the best newly published architecture books” in roughly half-hour videos presented by their authors. Some highlights. John Hill


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on 21/11/2023

The new wing of the Serralves Museum of Contemporary Art in Porto, Portugal, will open to the public in early 2024. The museum first opened to the public in 1999 in a building designed by Álvaro Siza, who also added the new wing — appropriately called the Álvaro Siza Wing. John Hill


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on 14/11/2023

With the 2023 Venice Architecture Biennale wrapping up its six-month run on November 26, La Biennale di Venezia has been adding short videos to its 2023 architecture... John Hill


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on 07/11/2023

Vox Media explores the prevalence of brutalist concrete buildings on university campuses across the United States, speaking with University of Massachusetts professor Timothy M. Rohan, author of The Architecture of Paul Rudolph, to dig into the phenomenon — and many people's hatred... John Hill


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on 31/10/2023

Nyasha Harper Michon, an architect and self-described “archtivist” spoke with the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art's Louisiana Channel at WomenMakeTheCity in Amsterdam in October, explaining how designing with “archtivism” leads to less elitist, more inclusive built environments. John Hill


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on 24/10/2023

A new video from Architectural Digest delves into something fans of architecture and cinema have long appreciated: the prevalence of ultra-modern houses as the lairs of villains in Hollywood movies. John Hill


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on 19/10/2023

The latest video at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art's Louisiana Channel features an interview with artist Rachel Whiteread, who won the Turner Prize in 1993 — the first time a woman won the prize — for House, the concrete cast of an old Victorian house. John Hill


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on 11/10/2023

As evidenced by two recent YouTube videos about Kowloon Walled City garnering millions of views, people's fascination with the lawless enclave that was considered the densest place on earth and was demolished starting in 1993 is unending. John Hill


Film
on 03/10/2023

The latest installment of The Architects Series, a project of The Plan Magazine and Iris Ceramic Group, presents a 27-minute documentary on the London studio of Alison Brooks. John Hill


Film
on 26/09/2023

Gwen North Reiss, a writer and poet who has been involved with The Glass House as an educator and historian since 2008, talks about the history and architecture of the famous building designed by Philip Johnson in 1949, in a ten-minute film made by Open Space. John Hill


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on 20/09/2023

Canadian landscape architect Claude Cormier died on September 15, 2023, at the age of 63. One month earlier, Cormier spoke with The Cultural Landscape Foundation for a forthcoming oral history project. Upon his passing, TCLF released a clip from the project in which Cormier revisits a... John Hill


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on 12/09/2023

Marc-Christoph Wagner interviewed Shelley McNamara, Pritzker Prize laureate and partner with Yvonne Farrell in Grafton Architects, during the UIA World Congress of Architects in July for the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art's Louisiana Channel. John Hill


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