In a new video consisting of clips culled from the Louisiana Channel's numerous interviews with architects, Liz Diller, Craig Dykers, Bjarke Ingels, Daniel Libeskind, Thom Mayne, and Robert A.M. Stern discuss building in New York City.
As part of its ongoing collaboration with Italian fashion house Prada, AMO (a research and design studio within OMA - Office for Metropolitan Architecture) has created a short film that takes place within "an artificial landscape where fiction and collection collide."
Architect Steven Holl and choreographer Jessica Lang collaborated last year on Tesseracts of Time, which premiered in November at the Harris Theater for Music and Dance in Chicago. Watch the two discuss their collaboration, and watch excerpts from the first performance.
A short film from Coop Himmelb(l)au illustrates how the polished stainless steel "Cloud" at the center of the Museum of Contemporary Art & Planning Exhibition (MOCAPE) in Shenzhen, China will be built by Robots – Kraftwerk soundtrack included.
As part of the New York Times's Cities for Tomorrow Conference, which took place earlier this week at the Times Center in Manhattan, architect Bjarke Ingels spoke with the paper's architecture critic Michael Kimmelman about recent projects such as the proposed Two World Trade Center tower.
In one of the latest films from the Louisiana Museum of Art's Louisiana Channel, Dan Stubbergaard of COBE takes viewers around Copenhagen "to show and discuss what motivates their exciting socially conscious and highly innovative projects."
A five-minute film from developers Saif Sumaida and Amit Khurana explains 152 Elizabeth, a seven-story residential project designed by Tadao Ando, with interiors by Michael Gabellini, for a corner lot in Manhattan's Nolita (North of Little Italy) neighborhood.
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