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Video: Jørn Utzon’s Nature-Inspired Sydney Opera House

Sydney Opera House recently created a video exploring how Jørn Utzon was inspired by the form and function of nature. While Jørn Utzon may not have seen himself as a pioneer of sustainable techniques, sustainability was inherent in his design philosophy. Watch the video above to… Sigue leyendo

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Archiculture Interviews: Sway Calloway

“I think what you see visually in terms of how you live can definitely make a difference on how you view life.”…
Radio host and TV personality Sway Calloway sits down with Arbuckle Industries in this Archiculture extras interview, speaking about the changing environment Sigue leyendo

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VIDEO: The Making of Zaha Hadid’s Loa and Vesu Vases

Crafted from pure silver and standing at 40-centimeters-tall, the Loa and Vesu vases by Zaha Hadid Architects are as bold and dynamic as the firm’s architecture. In this fascinating video, watch Austrian silversmiths Wiener Silber Manufactur handcraft the ornamental vases in their… Sigue leyendo

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Video: RNT Architects’ “New Gateway” to San Diego City College

Watch RNT Architects discuss The Quad, their new Business, Arts & Humanities building for San Diego City College in this short video from Breadtruck Films. The result of seven years of “doing the drawings…watching the construction… building the volumes and the spaces,” The… Sigue leyendo

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Video: Sou Fujimoto’s Polyhedral Naoshima Pavilion Opens in Japan

Tokyo-based French architect and filmmaker Vincent Hecht has captured the opening of Sou Fujimoto’s polyhedral Naoshima Pavilion on the Kagawa shoreline in Japan. The inhabitable, seven-meter, white stainless steel structure is part of the 2016 Setouchi Triennale. Watch the video above… Sigue leyendo

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Video: Olympiapark München / Frei Otto

Pritzker laureate Frei Otto was best known for his tensile structures. A prime example Otto’s ingenuity, the 1972 Olympic Stadium in Munich was a collaborative work with Gunther Behnisch that connected the park’s main programs – the natatorium, gymnasium and main stadium – with… Sigue leyendo

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Video: A Fascinating Tour Through Brasilia with Reggie Watts

“An alternately factual documentary presented by nameless hosts Reggie Watts and Carolina Ravassa Brasilia… takes viewers on a whirlwind tour of the famed capital of Brazil. In topics ranging from architecture, religious ceremonial practices, and spiritual conscious alignment, Reggie and Carolina Sigue leyendo

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Video: Rob Whitworth, Stunning Cities in Hyperlapse

Witness the urban life of five stunning metropolises through the lens of Rob Whitworth with these “Vimeo Staff Pick” hyperlapse videos. From the unexplored urban life of the North Korean capital Pyongyang to the towering skyline of Dubai, each video explores an incredible sequence of daily living in cities across… Sigue leyendo

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