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This documentary follows the making of Kazuyo Sejima’s (SANAA) architectural masterpiece, a new building for the Osaka University of Arts’ Department of Art Science. Inspired by the flexible collaboration of art, science and technology, the project, which was completed in three and a half years, led to an organic form that blends in seamlessly with the surrounding environment.
Sejima’s vision of a park-like building was designed to act as a place for exchange and encouraging interactions between each other and the space’s surroundings. Directed by Takashi Homma, a photographer who has shot architectural works by the likes of Le Corbusier and Kenzō Tange, the film vividly depicts Sejima’s approach to architecture.
Thursday 19th May
Kazuyo Sejima, Sumitaka Tanase, Takayuki Furuya, Naoya Harada
Palace Central Sydney