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A New Book Explores the Architecture of Alfred Hitchcock
From Psycho and Vertigo to Rear Window and North by Northwest, author Christine Madrid French looks to the master of suspense for lessons about design.
Q&A: Bruce Mau Discusses a New Documentary and Forthcoming Projects
MAU, a documentary about the category-defying designer’s life, premiered in New York City during NYCxDESIGN.
Shot on LiDAR, a Short Film Examines the Contradictions of Urban Surveillance
Where the City Can’t See, directed by Liam Young and written by Tim Maughan is a poignant rendering of our dystopic present.
A Post-Idealistic Iceberg Clad in Steel: Switzerland’s National Film Archive Finally Completes
Over 12 years in the making, the structure conceals most of its program in a subterranean storage area.
An Architect’s House Filled With Cosmic Energy and Historical References Rises in the South of England
Adam Richards based the design of his Sussex home on the Tarkovsky film Stalker, filling it with art, maps, and ample cultural symbolism.
Finding Women Architects in Where’d You Go, Bernadette?
Fictional depictions like Bernadette form a vital accompaniment to initiatives that seek to help women architects flourish.