A retro-futuristic Frank Lloyd Wright, an Edward Hopper’s carnival and the sharp contrasts of German Expressionism inspired the product designers competing for an Oscar at the 2022 Academy Awards.
The upcoming Lucas Museum of Narrative Art by MAD architects in Los Angeles blends cross-generational cultures, from Darth Vader’s masks and Star Wars memorabilia to Renoir and Degas’ paintings.
The final season of Games of Thrones kicked off. Archipanic explores the architecture of the acclaimed TV series which was filmed in Malta, Northern Ireland, Spain, Croatia and Iceland. Frank Lloyd Wright’s masterpieces and Third Reich ominous interiors inspired many palaces and cities from Meereen to the Iron Bank.
From Blade Runner to Game of Thrones, but also Mulholland Drive, North by Northwest and The Big Lebowsky. Archipanic celebrates Frank Lloyd Wright’s 150th Anniversary featuring 12 iconic movies filmed or inspired by the American Architect’s masterpieces.
Quebec design duo Larose Guyon teams with craftsmen to create an interactive sculpture which refers to the visionary mechanical wonders of XIX century cinema.
In 2017, long awaited masterpieces will either reach us out from galaxies far far away or envision cyberpunk urbanscapes. Get ready for iconic Sci-Fi architecture and design from Alien, Metropolis, Blade Runner and more.
Pop-corns, comfy seats and good-humour, Nordic cinema meets IKEA: get ready for flat-packed vendetta and odd furniture-mates.
The Henning Larsen Foundation launched an international competition on architecture and film to foster new inspirations and redescover new paths.
Haubitz + Zoche photographic journey portrays Indian movie theaters, doomed architectures that witnessed an era when people use to hang out without digital interaction and Netflix didn’t exist.