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Nader Khalili's earth bag’s &  Architecture
 
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Nader Khalili's earth bag’s & Architecture Please SUBSCRIBE and stay TUNED :) Super Adobe is a form of earth bag architecture developed by architect and CalEarth founder Nader Khalili. Using long sandbags ("Super Adobe bags"), barbed wire, on-site earth and a few tools, Khalili devised a revolutionary building system that integrates traditional earth architecture with contemporary global safety requirements, and passes severe earthquake code tests in California. The California Institute of Earth Architecture hopes their Super adobe construction technique may be applied to more traditional or contemporary homes. Credits: CalEarth, Artbound, KCET Thanks for watching For more architectural videos please subscribe to our Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVrOuf1MBANp_-R6PJOCv6Q Like our Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/architecturerecords Follow our on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/ArchiRecords
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The House of Sugimoto in Kyoto
 
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Please SUBSCRIBE and stay TUNED! This traditional Japanese architectural masterpiece portrays a different understanding of architecture and buildings relation to habitants. The building itself is a typical 'machiya' (Kyoto traditional townhouse) that is designated as an architectural heritage by the City of Kyoto at 1743. The building was one of the largest 'machiya' rebuilt in the Meiji period. Guided by beliefs that the devil enters from the north and paradise lays westward, the rooms of the house are organized so that ordinary guests and respected visitors interact with different spaces in the complex, the most sacred of which are located at the very back of the house, where a covered veranda offers a meditative vista of the curated garden filled with 100-year-old moss and tress For visitors: Address: Ayanokoji-dori Shinmachi-nishiiru, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto City Please inquire to Foundation Naraya-Sugimoto Residence at: [email protected] La Maison Sugimoto • Richard Copans • France • 2007 • 26 minutes • Color • 1.78:1 • English For more architectural videos please subscribe and like our Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/architecturerecords Thanks for watching
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The Pruitt Igoe Social Housing Development
 
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Please SUBSCRIBE! The Pruitt - Igoe was a large urban housing project first occupied in 1954 in the U.S. city of St. Louis, Missouri. Be sure to SUBSCRIBE to see a new Architecture theme each week! Living conditions in Pruitt–Igoe began to decline soon after its completion in 1956. By the late 1960s, the complex had become internationally infamous for its poverty, crime, and racial segregation. The project has become an icon of failure of urban renewal and of public-policy planning. Its been designed by Architect Minoru Yamasaki. Despite his love of Japanese traditional design, this was a stark, modernist concrete structure. The housing project experienced so many problems that it was demolished in 1972, less than twenty years after its completion. Address: 2300 Cass Ave, St. Louis, MO 63106, United States Music by: "Futurist Leisure Pursuits" by Cyanotic from iTunes For more architectural videos please subscribe here: and like our Facebook page here: www.facebook.com/architecturerecords https://twitter.com/ArchiRecords Thanks for watching
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Frank Lloyd Wrights Boynton House Renovation
 
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Please SUBSCRIBE and stay TUNED! The story of Frank Lloyd Wrights Boynton house The Edward E. Boynton House was built in Rochester, New York in 1908. This two-story house is built in the elongated "T" plan. Frank Lloyd Wright won agreement from Boynton to not only design the house but also design the landscape and furnishings as well. It's the furthest east of Wright's Prairie houses... The two and a half year restoration project was undertaken by the present owners of the house, Francis J. Cosentino and his wife Jane E. Parker, who purchased the house in 2009 for $830,000. The Rochester, N.Y. based architecture firm, Bero Architecture PLLC, was the lead firm in the restoration of the house Thanks for watching For more architectural videos please subscribe to our Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVrOuf1MBANp_-R6PJOCv6Q Like our Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/architecturerecords Twitter page here: https://twitter.com/ArchiRecords
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BJARKE INGELS Architecture tour in Copenhagen, Denmark
 
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BJARKE INGELS Architecture tour in Copenhagen, Denmark Bjarke Ingels is a Danish architect, he is known for buildings that defy traditional architectural conventions and dimensions, ranging from representations of mountains to snowflakes. His designs incorporate sustainable development ideas and sociological concepts, along with sloped lines that are shaped to their surroundings For more architectural videos please subscribe to our Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVrOuf1MBANp_-R6PJOCv6Q and like our Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/architecturerecords https://twitter.com/ArchiRecords Thanks for watching
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Budapest's Art Nouveau and Modern Architecture
 
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Budapest's Art Nouveau and Modern Architecture For more architectural videos please subscribe here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVrOuf1MBANp_-R6PJOCv6Q and like our Facebook page here: www.facebook.com/architecturerecords You'll find that Budapest's unique blend of old and modern makes the city an architectural paradise. To appreciate Budapest's present appearance, 1896 is an important date to remember, as this was the 1000th anniversary of the arrival of the Magyars to Hungary. Many buildings in Budapest were commissioned to celebrate the Millennium, such as the Underground Railway, Heroes' Square, Parliament Building, Liberty Bridge and the Museum of Fine Arts. Soak up the architectural sights of Budapest's Roman amphitheaters, Gothic-styled cathedrals, traditional Turkish baths, and so much more. Are you an architecture buff? For a one-of-a-kind architecture themed guided tour sign up for an Art Nouveau, Eclectic and Culture Tour. You may also be interested in Budapest 100, an annual event that features historic buildings built exactly 100 years ago Budapest is the capital of Hungary, one of the largest cities in the European Union and a population of about 1.8 million in 2016. For more architectural videos please subscribe here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVrOuf1MBANp_-R6PJOCv6Q and like our Facebook page here: www.facebook.com/architecturerecords Thanks for watching
Britain's Post War Brutalist Architecture, The Park Hill Estate
 
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Please SUBSCRIBE! The Park Hill Estate project in Sheffield Be sure to SUBSCRIBE to see a new Architecture theme each week! Under-investment left the infamous Park Hill estate in a state of decline, compelling English Heritage to award it Grade II* listed status. The challenge for Sheffield Council was how to regenerate a notoriously neglected estate on the outskirts of the city into a place people wanted to live in. The regeneration of the Park Hill estate is a collaboration between developers Urban Splash, Sheffield City Council, Great Places Housing Group, English Heritage and the Homes and Communities Agency with architects Hawkins\Brown and Studio Egret West and landscape architects Grant Associates For more architectural videos please subscribe to our Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVrOuf1MBANp_-R6PJOCv6Q and like our Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/architecturerecords https://twitter.com/ArchiRecords Thanks for watching
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Mexican Architect Carlos Herrera's holiday home - Cuernavaca, Mexico
 
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Carlos Herrera Mexican architects Residence Be sure to SUBSCRIBE! In the latest installment of the In Residence series, NOWNESS goes into the home of Mexican architect Carlos Herrera in Cuernavaca, just outside Mexico City. While the house functions as a weekend residence, it was built to be lived in—as Herrera explains, it’s a place to entertain guests, and, eventually, it could be a place to retire. The single-level house follows Herrera’s simple, earth-toned design aesthetic, filled with clean lines and sharp angles. Learn more about the design and inspiration behind the house in the video above For more architectural videos please subscribe to our Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVrOuf1MBANp_-R6PJOCv6Q and like our Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/architecturerecords https://twitter.com/ArchiRecords Thanks for watching
Vietnamese Architect Vo Trong Nghia – Greening the City
 
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Vietnamese Architect Vo Trong Nghia's project – Greening the City of Ho Chi Minh by Al Jazeera Be sure to SUBSCRIBE to see a new Architecture theme each week! Vo Trong Nghia attempts to return greenery to Vietnam's choking cities and design affordable homes for poor communities. This film follows Nghia as he tries to find support for his vision to create a vertical farming city; and at the same time to implement low-cost housing solutions for those left behind by Vietnam's economic boom. "Green architecture helps people live harmoniously with nature and elevates human life by embracing the powers of the sun, wind and water into living space. If the current way of thinking does not change, sooner or later citizens will actually live in concrete jungles. For a modern architect, the most important mission is to bring green spaces back to the earth." For more architectural videos please subscribe to our Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVrOuf1MBANp_-R6PJOCv6Q and like our Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/architecturerecords https://twitter.com/ArchiRecords Thanks for watching Image © Al Jazeera
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SOUTHERN CHINA – SHENZEN’S ARCHITECTURE & VANISHING VILLAGE'S
 
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SOUTHERN CHINA – SHENZEN’S ARCHITECTURE & VANISHING VILLAGES Please SUBSCRIBE and stay TUNED :) For hundreds of years, China’s fortified walls have protected entire villages from the outside world. Now the families living here open their doors to strangers Social transformations changing the societies across China. Shenzen’s small villages – like Dachang, Shanxi provence – is abandoned by younger generations who moved to the city’s for better opportunities. Credits CCTV, CNTV, Assignment Asia, Thanks for watching For more architectural videos please subscribe to our Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVrOuf1MBANp_-R6PJOCv6Q Like our Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/architecturerecords Twitter page here: https://twitter.com/ArchiRecords
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South Korea's Traditional architecture
 
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South Korean Cultural Heritage Please SUBSCRIBE and stay TUNED :) UNESCO: Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity - 2010 Description: The term 'Daemokjang' refers to traditional Korean wooden architecture and specifically to the woodworkers who employ the traditional carpentry techniques. The activities of these practitioners also extend to the maintenance, repair and reconstruction of historic buildings, ranging from traditional Korean houses to monumental wooden palaces and temples. The Daemokjang are in charge of the entire construction process, including the planning, design and construction of buildings, and the supervision of subordinate carpenters. The wooden structures created by Daemokjang are smooth, simple and unadorned -- distinctive features of traditional Korean architecture. The traditional construction processes require both technical skills to design the building with consideration to its size, site and function, and aesthetic sense to select the lumber for the construction materials, cut and shape the wood, and assemble and interlock the separate wooden pieces without using nails, creating the so-called 'joints that withstand a millennium'. The know-how of Daemokjang has been handed down from generation to generation and takes decades of education and field experience to master. In working to restore monumental buildings using traditional techniques, Daemokjang practitioners reinterpret the beauty of traditional architecture with their artistic creativity and re-create it with their technical skills. Credits: UNESCO, Country: South Korea [Republic of Korea] © 2009 by Cultural Heritage Administration of the Republic of Korea Support: DVD (0046100003) Thanks for watching For more architectural videos please subscribe to our Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVrOuf1MBANp_-R6PJOCv6Q?view_as=subscriber Like our Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/architecturerecords Twitter page here: https://twitter.com/ArchiRecords
Japanese Minka House
 
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Japanese Minka House - Yoshihiro Takishita Please SUBSCRIBE and stay TUNED :) A new movement is emerging in Japan, where people are dismantling minka, or pre-war "people's houses" and rebuilding them. Minka houses have a wooden framework, mud-plastered wall panels and a thatched roof. Those in the warmer parts of Japan had raised walls to improve ventilation and a nail-free joints This short film is about place and memory. The traditional farmhouses of Japan and the lives of the local people who call it home. *Read about the making of the film at NYTimes.com: nytimes.com/2015/03/19/travel/minka-a-farmhouse-in-japan.html *** Cinema Eye Honors, Nominee, Outstanding Achievement in Nonfiction Short Filmmaking International Documentary Association Awards, Nominee, Best Documentary Short Florida Film Festival, Grand Jury Award for Best Documentary Short Savannah Film Festival, Special Jury Award Official Selection: True/False Film Festival, Aspen Shortsfest, Full Frame Documentary Film Festival, Hot Docs International Documentary Festival, DOC NYC, Sheffield Doc/Fest, SILVERDOCS, Palm Springs ShortFest, Camden International Film Festival, Architecture Film Festival Rotterdam, Louisville’s International Festival of Film, Tacoma Film Festival, DOK Leipzig, New Orleans Film Festival, Hawaii International Film Festival, Architecture and Design Film Festival (NYC), Bergen International Film Festival, Rocky Mountain Women’s Film Festival, Starz Denver Film Festival, Red Rock Film Festival www.facebook.com/architecturerecords *** Directed, Produced and Photographed by Davina Pardo Produced by Andrew Blum Executive Produced by Tyler Hayes Consulting Producer Deborah Shaffer Editor Lila Place Additional Camera Liam Dalzell Original Music Max Avery Lichtenstein Thank You for watching Like our Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/architecturerecords SUBSCRIBE to our Channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVrOuf1MBANp_-R6PJOCv6Q/videos
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Frank Lloyd Wright, Fallingwater House
 
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Please SUBSCRIBE and stay TUNED! Fallingwater or Kaufmann Residence is a house designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright in 1935 in rural southwestern Pennsylvania, 43 miles (69 km) southeast of Pittsburgh.[4] The home was built partly over a waterfall on Bear Run in the Mill Run section of Stewart Township, Fayette County, Pennsylvania, in the Laurel Highlands of the Allegheny Mountains. The house was designed as a weekend home for the family of Liliane Kaufmann and her husband, Edgar J. Kaufmann, owner of Kaufmann's department store. Time cited it after its completion as Wright's "most beautiful job";[5] it is listed among Smithsonian's Life List of 28 places "to visit before you die".[6] It was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1966.[3] In 1991, members of the American Institute of Architects named the house the "best all-time work of American architecture" and in 2007, it was ranked 29th on the list of America's Favorite Architecture according to the AIA. Thanks for watching For more architectural videos please subscribe to our Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVrOuf1MBANp_-R6PJOCv6Q?view_as=subscriber and like our Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/architecturerecords Twitter page here: https://twitter.com/ArchiRecords
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Satoyama, Japan's secret water garden
 
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Please SUBSCRIBE and stay TUNED! Satoyama in central Japan is one of the most peaceful place where the seasons' rhythms rule - where centuries of agriculture and fishing have re-shaped the land, yet where people and nature remain in harmony. Here - over a thousand years - towns and villages have developed a unique system to make springs and water part of their homes. From inside these homes, the streams pour into Japan's largest freshwater lake, Lake Biwa - an area 5 times the size of Paris - near the ancient capital of Kyoto. This is a habitat so precious the Japanese have a special word for it: "Satoyama" - villages where mountains give way to plains. They are exceptional environments essential to both the people who maintain them and to the wildlife that now share them. Thanks for watching For more architectural videos please subscribe to our Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVrOuf1MBANp_-R6PJOCv6Q Like our Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/architecturerecords Twitter page here: https://twitter.com/ArchiRecords Credits: NHK Documentary hosted by David Attenborough Image https://satoyama-experience.com/walk
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OKINAWAN ARCHITECTURE - JAPAN PART 1
 
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Okinawan Architecture Part 1 Please SUBSCRIBE and stay TUNED :) Okinawa’s unique architecture are a combination of South East Asian – Okinawan-Japanese and Chinese elements. Since 1429 traders and workers begin to arrive to Okinawa from China and they introduced new architectural styles. Most traditional houses are made of load bearing wooden frames with clay roof tiles. The interiors separated by large space dividers that can be opened during hot summer months for better ventilation. Credits : NHK TV Japan Art Documentaries Thanks for watching For more architectural videos please subscribe to our Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVrOuf1MBANp_-R6PJOCv6Q Like our Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/architecturerecords Twitter page here: https://twitter.com/ArchiRecords
Japan's Organic Architecture
 
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The sustainable development of green architecture in Japan For more architectural videos please subscribe to our Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVrOuf1MBANp_-R6PJOCv6Q and like our Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/architecturerecords https://twitter.com/ArchiRecords Thanks for watching
Japanese Traditional & Climate responsive Future House
 
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"Future House" by Tono Mirai Architect Please SUBSCRIBE and stay Tuned! Natural home in the 21 Century, architect Tono Mirai designed “Future House” a home that blends earth walls and traditional Japanese joinery with modern environment friendly design. Located in Miura, Kanagawa (1.5 hours South of Tokyo) this fusion home was built for a family of 5 with 3 small children. The client wanted a healthy and natural home as an escape from his daily commute to Tokyo, but something modern. Mirai San designed this home oriented to the South, its earth floor and walls (of traditional Japanese mud plaster) act as insulator during the cold winter. Openings built into the envelope to allow cross ventilation. The extensive loft acts as an insulator. Mirai calls it a “very natural way” to insulate, noting that the temperature difference between exterior and interior at the roof can be more than 10 degrees celsius. With the photovoltaic panels and natural ventilation, the house don’t need AC. For heating they use a small wood stove For more architectural videos please subscribe to our Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVrOuf1MBANp_-R6PJOCv6Q and like our Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/architecturerecords https://twitter.com/ArchiRecords Thanks for watching
Eero Saarinen  Finnish Architect
 
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"The architect must have the strength and urge to produce form...not (pixel) compromise," E. Saarinen Please SUBSCRIBE and stay Tuned! Eero Saarinen (August 20, 1910 – September 1, 1961) was a 20th-century Finnish American architect and industrial designer noted for his neofuturistic style Reference: Yale University Library Manuscripts and Archives department E. Saarinen firm's documents and media.: http://web.library.yale.edu/mssa# For more architectural videos please subscribe and like our Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/architecturerecords Thanks for watching
Japanese Traditional Architecture
 
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Traditional Japanese Architecture, Himeji Castle, Toshogu Shrine, Medieval Architecture For more architectural videos please subscribe to our Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVrOuf1MBANp_-R6PJOCv6Q and like our Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/architecturerecords https://twitter.com/ArchiRecords Thanks for watching
Brazilian favela - local builder's & the master planner
 
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Brazilian favela - local builder's & the master planner Please SUBSCRIBE and stay TUNED! The most densely inhabited area in Latin America, Rocinha, houses over 150,000 people in an area of 0.82 square kilometres. There are no more empty plots in Rocinha - but the expansion continues. Architecture is critical, everywhere you see social problems exacerbated by design problems,” exclaims master planner Luis Carlos Toledo, who has designed over 30 cities in Latin America and whose plan for Rocinha - a labour of love that took almost a decade - brought the regional government’s attention to the favela. Thanks for watching For more architectural videos please subscribe to our Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVrOuf1MBANp_-R6PJOCv6Q Like our Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/architecturerecords Twitter page here: https://twitter.com/ArchiRecords Credits: Al Jazeera, Filmmaker: May Abdalla Cover photo: spectator.co.uk
Ancients Japanese Crafts, Design & Technology
 
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Japan's craftsmanship, design & technology Be sure to SUBSCRIBE to see a new Architecture theme each week! In the eyes of history, Japan's economic success happened overnight and yet it didn't come out of the blue. Cultivating an ancient legacy, modern Japan continues to hold on to its past. And while today many of the ancient crafts are struggling to survive, they provide the foundation for modern Japan's technological success. What the Ancient Japanese knew helps explain the industrial marvel of one of the largest economic powers in the world. Hosted by Jack Turner. Published by Discovery Channel, 2007 For more architectural videos please subscribe and like our Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/architecturerecords Thanks for watching
William Dudok Dutch architect's masterpiece
 
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William Dudok, Dutch architect's forgotten masterpiece Short documentary by Dutch journalist – Peter Veenendaal The Bijenkorf department in Rotterdam is a real masterpiece of modern architecture by the famous Dutch architect, Willem Marinus Dudok. The department store opened in 1930, it was one of the largest and modern store in Europe at the time. In 1940 however it was destroyed during the War by German forces. During the mid 1950’s has been remaining closed and forgotten. Original footage by Peter Veenendaal For more architectural videos please subscribe to our Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVrOuf1MBANp_-R6PJOCv6Q Like our Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/architecturerecords https://twitter.com/ArchiRecords Thanks for watching
OKINAWAN ARCHITECTURE - JAPAN PART 2
 
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Okinawan Architecture Part 2 Please SUBSCRIBE and stay TUNED :) Okinawa’s unique architecture are a combination of South East Asian – Okinawan-Japanese and Chinese elements. Since 1429 traders and workers begin to arrive to Okinawa from China and they introduced new architectural styles. Most traditional houses are made of load bearing wooden frames with clay roof tiles. The interiors separated by large space dividers that can be opened during hot summer months for better ventilation. Credits : NHK TV Japan Art Documentaries Thanks for watching For more architectural videos please subscribe to our Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVrOuf1MBANp_-R6PJOCv6Q and like our Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/architecturerecords Twitter page here: https://twitter.com/ArchiRecords
Le Corbusier, one of the most influential architect - Part 1
 
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Le Corbusier one of the most influential architect – Part 1 Please SUBSCRIBE and stay TUNED :) Le Corbusier was born in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland under the name of Charles Edouard Jeanneret-Gris. He studied furniture design in Switzerland and worked in Paris from 1908 in Auguste Perret’s architecture studio. From 1910 he moved to Germany where he met with leading designers like Wolf Dohrn, Hermann Muthesius, Peter Behrens. From 1912 he taught architecture at School of Fine Arts La Chauxde Fonds in France. 1923, Le Corbusier's book -Verse une nouvelle Architecture-, in which he set out his ideas of modern buildings, was published. Credits Bauhaus Design, Mobel, Bauhaus Institute Thanks for watching For more architectural videos please subscribe to our Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVrOuf1MBANp_-R6PJOCv6Q Like our Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/architecturerecords Twitter page here: https://twitter.com/ArchiRecords
Moscow's Architecture, Russia
 
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Moscow the fast growing city in Russia. For more architectural videos please subscribe In Russia, the next generation of architects have grown up, new projects have been launched, new buildings have been constructed. In the next installment of Culture Fair documentary series Sophie Shevarsnadze takes you for a trip around Moscow to show how diverse and changeable is an architectural face of the Russian capital Source: RT For more architectural videos please subscribe to our Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVrOuf1MBANp_-R6PJOCv6Q and like our Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/architecturerecords https://twitter.com/ArchiRecords Thanks for watching
Zaha Hadid's Architectural Legacy
 
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Zaha Hadid's Architectural Legacy Please SUBSCRIBE and stay TUNED! The following film shows the people who work for Zaha Hadid Architects and their projects. You can have an insight to their academic research, with students from AADRL and Vienna University of Applied Arts. Thanks for watching For more architectural videos please subscribe to our Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVrOuf1MBANp_-R6PJOCv6Q Like our Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/architecturerecords Twitter page here: https://twitter.com/ArchiRecords Credits: Zaha Hadid architects
ArchiCulture in the US   a documentary film that explores an architecture studio
 
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Archi Culture in the US: a documentary film that explores an architectural studio Be sure to SUBSCRIBE! Archiculture takes a thoughtful, yet critical look at the architectural studio. The 25-minute film offers a unique glimpse into the world of studio-based, design education through the eyes of a group of students finishing their final design projects. Interviews with leading professionals, historians and educators help create crucial dialog around the key issues faced by this unique teaching methodology and the built environment these future architects will create. Starring: Mollie Claypool Alanna Jaworski Dionysios Neofitidis Mike Toste Giancarlo Tramontozzi Including Interviews with: Shigeru Ban - Shigeru Ban Architects Matthew Berman - Workshop APD Phil Bernstein - VP Autodesk Joe Brown - CIO AECOM David Byrne - Musician/Artist Annie Choi - Author/Critic Maurice Cox - Professor/NEA Ken Frampton - Historian/Professor Terry Heinlein - TGH Architect Ted Landsmark - President BAC Thom Mayne - Morphosis Mary Woods - Historian/Professor Credits: Co-Producer/Director - David Krantz & Ian Harris Editor - Jesse Garrison Sound Editor and Re-Recording Mixer - Yoni Slotwiner Composer - Glenn Forsythe Colorist - Frederick Trevino Titles and Graphics - Matthew Posorske Story Development - Eric Krantz Assistant Editors - Bill Scurry, Randy Astle, Eric Joseph, Aaron Lim, Marco Monti & Justin Strawhand Production/Editing Assistants - Pierce Cook, Emily Wettstein & Emily Ahn Levy Production Assistant - Michael Selwa Pre-Production Assistant - Lisa Zigenis Grant Writer/Editor - Jacob Richardson Marketing - Sam Danner Outreach - Emily Goligoski & Barbie Steffen Public Relations - Whitney Sterling & Julie Fallin Website Consultant - Doug Havens Legal Services - George M. Rush Executive Producer - AECOM Fiscal Sponsor - Independent Film Project (IFP) For more architectural videos please subscribe and like our Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/architecturerecords Thanks for watching
Le Corbusier  one of the most influential architect -  Part 2
 
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Le Corbusier one of the most influential architect – Part 2 Please SUBSCRIBE and stay TUNED :) Le Corbusier, byname of Charles-Édouard Jeanneret (born October 6, 1887, La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland—died August 27, 1965, Cap Martin, France), internationally influential Swiss architect and city planner, whose designs combine the functionalism of the modern movement with a bold, sculptural expressionism. He belonged to the first generation of the so-called International school of architecture and was their most able propagandist in his numerous writings. In his architecture he joined the functionalist aspirations of his generation with a strong sense of expressionism. Thanks for watching For more architectural videos please subscribe to our Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVrOuf1MBANp_-R6PJOCv6Q Like our Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/architecturerecords Twitter page here: https://twitter.com/ArchiRecords
Living with nature in harmony using permaculture
 
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Geoff Lawtons principles in application narrated and explained by Geoff. Learn about permaculture and how significant our actions are by design For more architectural videos please subscribe to our Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVrOuf1MBANp_-R6PJOCv6Q and like our Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/architecturerecords https://twitter.com/ArchiRecords Thanks for watching

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