What is Cinematic Architecture? – Part 1

Lecture date: 2009-05-15

Following on from Pascal Schöning’s ‘Manifesto for a Cinematic Architecture’ (AA Publications, 2005), which laid out the theoretical context for the work, Cinematic Architecture consists of a selection of student projects, related installations and critical essays looking at the unconventional process of architectural teaching and research in the former Diploma Unit 3, run by Pascal Schöning for 17 years.

The book is edited by Pascal Schöning, Julian Löffler and Rubens Azevedo.

The editors of Cinematic Architecture introduce a roundtable discussion moderated by Ingerid Helsing Almaas, and featuring Jean Attali, Peter Carl, Brian Hatton, Ron Kenley, Keiichi Ogata, Stefano Rabolli Pansera, Martino Stierli, Carlos Villanueva Brandt, Steven Ware, Eyal Weizman.

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