::: Architectural Filmmaking :::

Experimentation with short film format as an alternative kind of architectural production. Time and motion are dimensional elements of film, capable of constructing realities from images. They have the power to reveal, commonly hidden or withdrawn, visual, spatial, and overall sensory architectural qualities of buildings and places.
By Carlos NavarroArchitect from Peru based in Los Angeles.

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Mirage by Doug Aitken, Palm Springs, California, USA
Site specific installation at Desert X 2017 exhibition of art.

 

Leça Swimming Pools by Siza Vieira, Porto, Portugal

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“Coisa Material / Material Thing”
Museu Dos Coches by Paulo Mendes Da Rocha, Lisbon, Portugal
Part I of triptych from student workshop “Filmming Architecture in Lisbon”, held by brazilian architects Gabriel Kogan and Pedro Kok. December 2016.

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“Navegadores / Sailors”
Museu Dos Coches by Paulo Mendes Da Rocha, Lisbon, Portugal
Part II of triptych from student workshop “Filmming Architecture in Lisbon”, held by brazilian architects Gabriel Kogan and Pedro Kok. December 2016.

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“Condenados” / “Condemned”
Museu Dos Coches by Paulo Mendes Da Rocha, Lisbon, Portugal
Part III of triptych from student workshop “Filmming Architecture in Lisbon”, held by brazilian architects Gabriel Kogan and Pedro Kok. December 2016.

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Museu de Serralves by Siza Vieira, Porto, Portugal (Preview / Work In Progress) 

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Casa da Musica by OMA, Porto, Portugal (Preview / Work In Progress)
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