Bjarke Ingels, founder of Copenhagen and New York City-based architecture firm BIG, is frequently asked the question, "can you tell me why all new buildings are so boring?" Ingels and his team are motivated to find unique answers and solutions to this problem. Check out this thought-provoking film (complete with a sweet timelapse!) and hear how Ingels is reshaping the way we look at cities, apartments buildings, and even power plants.
Every year, the University of Minnesota’s School of Architecture, College of Design, puts on a week long event called “Catalyst.” This event brings new ideas and conversations to the table by inviting professionals in the field of architecture and design to give public lectures and conduct week-long courses with first and second year graduate architecture students. This year, Arbuckle’s own Ian Harris had the opportunity to speak while teaching a class in architectural filmmaking, where he outlined for students and local professionals how to use video to showcase their architectural work at any level - from student studio projects, to professional buildings. We thought it would be a good idea to share this presentation with you all, our blog audience of licensed prof...
We have been eager to release these Archiculture interviews for a very long time. We had Kevin Corcoran put together a brief trailer to illustrate how many interviews will soon be available to watch. Head over to the website to start watching.
We started working with Architect Magazine on a weekly video series titled, What's Next. This is our first collaboration with Architect Magazine since producing the High Line Phase 2 video. This new series follow a simple question/answer format with leaders in the field of architecture and design.