Tag: architecture movies
In this next movie from our series filmed at the OMA/Progress exhibition at the Barbican in London, OMA partner Reinier de Graaf talks about the Dutch architecture studio's preoccupation with the megacity and its hinterland - "the vacuum left in the wake of the city's expansion." He suggests that we're moving to an era of city states and this is leading to a potential new relevance for architects as civic leaders. More »
In the second instalment of our video interview with Rem Koolhaas, the OMA co-founder discusses two of his current preoccupations: the countryside, which he is addressing for the first time; and generic architecture, which could result in neutral, copyright-free building forms.
Both topics are discussed in the OMA/Progress exhibition which opened at Barbican Art Gallery in London last week.
In the first of a series of movies filmed by Dezeen at the opening of OMA/Progress at the Barbican in London earlier this week, OMA co-founder Rem Koolhaas gives us a private tour of the show.
Here's an animation of the two memorial fountains at the World Trade Centre site in New York, which are due to open in three weeks time on the tenth anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. More »
In this second movie filmed by Dezeen for trade show Garden Unique, British garden designer Andrew Wilson talks about successful collaborations between architects and garden designers, including The High Line in New York and Peter Zumthor's Serpentine Gallery Pavilion in London (below). More »
This film by Paul Nicholls of architectural imagery studio Factory Fifteen was awarded best film at the CG Architectural 3D Awards 2011 in the architectural film/animation category.Called The Simulation, it's the first movie in a two-part series called The Golden Age. More »
Non-profit organisation Assemble have constructed a temporary canal-side cinema under a London motorway flyover. More »
In the third movie made by Dezeen in 2009 at the Shenzhen & Hong Kong Architecture Biennale, architects Neville Mars and Marco Casagrande explain their projects. More »