A video visualized “Wilderness Letter” written by Wallace Stegner in 1960 for the purpose of appealing American nature conservation.
A video of dance shot at the construction site of LUMA Foundation7s parc des ateliers in Arles, France designed by Frank Gehry.
フランク・ゲーリーが設計したフランス、アルルのアート施設｢LUMA / parc des ateliers｣の施工現場で撮影されたダンスの映像。
From Reagan era to Gavin Grimm, one of the animation series introducing some of the most important milestones in the LGBTQ movement.
Metric film about Mies Van Der Rohe
In order of appearance
Weissenhof Estate 1927
Barcelona Pavillon 1929
Villa Tugendhat 1930
Bauhaus 1930 (If you plan to visit, you can sleep in the former student room, a once in a lifetime experience)
George Washington Bridge 1927
Clip from Prelinger Archives – archive.org/
Farnsworth House 1951
860-880 Lake Shore Apartments
S.R. Crown Hall 1956
Neue Nationalgalerie 1968 (from 2015 to 2019 in renovation)
I also filmed the Aachen Cathedral, Seagram Building, Chicago Federal Center, Toronto-Dominion Center, One IBM Plaza, Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library but I have chosen not to include the footage in the film.
Mies Van Der Rohe and Martin Gropius interview: “Bauhaus Reviewed, 1919-1933”
Thanks to Yulia for helping me with the filming.
Alexandre Favre 2012 -2015
Frank Gehry is one of the most renowned architects of our time. The Vitra Design Museum is dedicating an exhibition to him that shows large-scale models of his most famous buildings, such as the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, the Concert Hall in Los Angeles, and IAC in New York. More info, photo galleries and complete video: http://vernissage.tv/blog/2010/11/15/frank-o-gehry-since-1997-at-vitra-design-museum/
ヴィトラ・デザインミュージアムで行われたフランク・ゲーリー展「Frank O. Gehry Since 1997」の様子。
On the run up to the Stirling Prize, 2016, The Architect’s Journal takes a look into the six nominated buildings, with interviews from the architects.
At the heart of Oxford’s historic core, Sir Giles Gilbert Scott’s 1940s, Grade II listed, New Bodleian Library (now known as the Weston Library) is a vital resource for academic research. In 2006, WilkinsonEyre was appointed to refurbish the library as a new cultural and intellectual landmark. The idea was to open up the building to allow more public access and engagement in the activities happening inside. This included the creation of new spaces for a programme of exhibitions and seminars drawing on the extraordinary resources of the Bodleian’s collections.
The design works with, rather than against, Scott’s robust design, reinvigorating the space with an improved circulation diagram – for both book retrieval and user movement – and creating a number of contemporary interventions, including a spectacular reading room at roof level.
The design fair Design Miami in Miami Beach brings together collectors, gallerists, designers, curators and critics from around the world. Design Miami runs alongside the Art Basel fairs in Miami, USA each December and Basel, Switzerland each June and presents twentieth and twenty-first century furniture, lighting and objets d’art.
Design Miami 2015 Collectors Preview and Vernissage. Miami, Florida, December 1, 2015.
Many of the world changing companies started out in garages, and today the world’s most innovative companies are bringing that garage spirit in-house.
Today’s corporate garages are highly flexible, customizable environments where thinkers, makers and developers of all stripes can thrive.
Slowtide X Banks Journal present “A Maine point of view” with Nick Lavecchia
There are many ways to interpret the word canvas. A wave can be a canvas for a surfboard, drawing constant lines through movement. A piece of ruled paper in the hands of an author can quickly become a pivotal moment in a story and a catalyst for the imagination. Together, Banks Journal & Slowtide have transformed the simple beach towel into an exclusive canvas for some of their favorite photographers to capture moments in time and share with you. We recently followed one featured photographer, Nick LaVecchia, around his hometown in Maine to better understand his places for inspiration when he uses a camera in lieu of a paintbrush and a strip of film as a canvas. We hope you enjoy the beginning of this exclusive towel series and encourage you to participate with your own photos, who knows, your creation may be featured next.
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Share and Tag your photos that you think would make the perfect towel graphic: @banksjournal @slowtide and hashtag #myslowtidetowel. Our judges @nick_lavecchia, @bangbangboogie, @tbhphoto, @woodygphoto and @kaneskennar will choose the top 3 hashtagged images. The top 2 runners up will receive a gift package from Banks x Slowtide (Value $150) and the grand prize winner’s photo will be used on an upcoming Banks x Slowtide towel.
Film + Edit : Brandon Kuzma
Producer: Dario Phillips
Bucharest Rising is a timelapse film set in the bustling capital city of Romania. The goal of this project is to promote city’s attractions and to show its diversity and its recent development.
In the period between the two World Wars, the city’s elegant architecture earned Bucharest the nickname of “Little Paris”. Unfortunately many buildings from the historical center were destroyed by 1977 earthquake and Ceausescu’s program of systematization. In recent years, the city has been experiencing an economic and cultural boom and today, Bucharest is an interesting mix of neoclassical, communist era and modern architectures.
The locations that appear in this film are concentrated in the center, old town and the northern part of the city. You can see beautiful parks (Cismigiu, Herastrau and Carol), communist era buildings (Parliament Palace and the House of Free Press), historic buildings (the Romanian Atheneum, CEC Palace) and modern structures (Basarab Overpass, City Gate, Sky Tower).
The camera used for this project was a Nikon D7200 paired with a Nikkor 16-85mm f/3.5-5.6 and a Sigma 10-20mm f/4-5.6. Polarizers, gradual NDs, variable NDs and fixed NDs filters (up to ND1000) were used to increase the exposure time and to handle high contrast scenes. Almost 15,000 photos were captured in raw format and post-processed to retain all the tones in the image.
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