Cathedrals of Culture
In Wim Wenders' The Berlin Philharmonic, we come to know the building through the eyes of several of its occupants, who each have a profound connection to the space.
In Michael Glawogger's The National Library of Russia, the library speaks through chosen excerpts of its finest literature.
Traditionally, prisons have been designed as spheres of punishment: they are where society's tolerance ends. But as director Michael Madsen's Halden Prison demonstrates, this facility reverses this trend by mimicking 'normal life'.
Robert Redford's The Salk Institute reveals Kahn's final design as a modern masterpiece, a romance of angles.
Margareth Olin's The Oslo Opera House documents the thousands of feet crossing the snow-white roof each day and the hundreds of professionals below the roof.
Karim Ainouz´s Centre Pompidou imagines a day in the life of the Parisian landmark.
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