We have decided to launch, at this time of forced halt, a column that will allow us to explore with you topics of common interest.
We will advise you on visions, listening, reading and learning related to architecture, design and everything that revolves around them.
But we also ask for your contribution by comparing and exchanging advice, suggestions and new proposals that you would like us to include in our column.
We will update this article with a list of our tips divided by section and useful links to find them: movies, podcasts, readings, learning and everything we will recommend on our socials.
April 6th- This week we suggest you listen to Roberto Marin who leads SNAP - Architettura Imperfetta, dedicated to new information technologies in the modern architectural design process: BIM, augmented reality, virtual reality, parametric and algorithmic design. The work of the architect in step with the times. You can listen to it here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/id1387742223
The second podcast is dedicated to architectural photographers with what is called the first community dedicated to the theme. All 9 episodes can be found here: https://www.spreaker.com/show/fotografia-dellarchitettura
April 3rd - Every week, on Friday, a workshop signed Open Design School. The first workshop proposed is Rubber, engraving and printing with rubber stamps. You can download the instructions from our website: https://ods.matera-basilicata2019.it/687-blog/5956-workshop-rubber
April 1st - The documentary Mi Casa de la Playa by architects Vera Rispoli and Gaetano Guerrera, focusing on one of the last works by architect Antonio Jiménez Torrecillas, which you can see in full on Vimeo: 6040c1ecb3ba58fb545282cfae168f49-gdprlock/rispoliguerrera
The series ''Abstract: The Art of Design'', already in its second season, with interviews with creatives like Olafur Eliasson, Neri Oxman and Cas Holman who tell their lives and work. You can find it on Netflix: bit.ly/AbstractArtofDesign
The Singapore Design Film Festival, with many interesting proposals from the 2019 edition: www.designfilmfestival.com/2019/
March 30th - MOOC Create in Public Space, the course that FAI-AR Formation supérieure d'art en espace public has decided to reopen on March 30, for one month.
For registration all the information here: https://createinpublicspace.com/
March 27th - This week we suggest you to recover this beautiful 2019 project curated by Triennale Milano that produced the Architecture & Anthropocene series in which the journalist David Plaisant, together with key personalities of contemporary culture, explores the themes of the exhibition "Broken Nature: Design Takes on Human Survival", curated by Paola Antonelli. Seven episodes in which guests discuss architecture, design and nature in the Anthropocene era.
Link here: bit.ly/ArchitectureandAnthropocene
March 25th - Also this week we recommend two films by French directors Beka and Lemoine: Koolhaas Houselife, portrays one of the most important buildings of contemporary architecture, the Maison à Bordeaux, designed by Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas, with the narrative based on the central figure of Guadalupe Acedo, the overwhelming and sympathetic housekeeper (the film is part of the series Living Architectures, 8 films that tell in a surprising way the life of architectural works signed by some of the most famous architects of our time);
the second film is Moriyama San, a documentary that recounts a week in the extraordinary ordinary life of Mr. Moriyama, a Japanese lover of art, architecture and music who lives in one of the most famous contemporary Japanese architectures, the Moriyama house, built in Tokyo in 2005 by Pritzker Prize winner Ryue Nishizawa (SANAA).
Find the synopsis and complete films at the links below:
March 23rd: ''The Dark Side of 3D Printing'', the free and complete 3D printing course by Syskrack Lab. Download here: https://mailchi.mp/abe99db95eb6/corso-di-stampa-3d-gratis
ArchiTour, curated by architect Luca Donzelli, who shares experiences, anecdotes and curiosities of a journey that embraces the world of Art between architecture and design. Informally distributed to all design and interior design enthusiasts, you can find it here: bit.ly/ArchiTourPodcast
March 19th: Barbicania and The Infinite Happiness are two films shot by young French documentary filmmakers Ila Bêka and Louise Lemoine, who focus their research on the relationship between people and design, underlining the presence of everyday life within some of the most iconic architectural projects of recent times.
In the second film, The Infinite Happiness, Bêka and Lemoine show us their experience of life inside the giant "8 House", the vertical village experiment built by Danish architect Bjarke Ingels on the outskirts of Copenhagen.