The third and the seventh

Hegel listed the arts as painting, sculpture, architecture, poetry, music, dance and cinema. This video is at the intersection of architecture and cinema.

The Third & The Seventh from Alex Roman on Vimeo.

All the images are computer generated. Alex has posted a making of video should you find find yourself incredulous.

The buildings depicted include:

  • 1:41 Tadao Ando: Shiba Ryotaro Memorial Museum (2001, Higashiosaka, Osaka prefecture, Japan)
  • 2:12 Mies van der Rohe: German Pavilion (1929, Barcelona, Spain)
  • 2:19 Rafael Moneo: BCN Auditorium (1988, Barcelona, Spain)
  • 3:06 Santiago Calatrava : Milwaukee Art Museum Quadracci Pavilion (1994, Milwaukee, Wisconsin)
  • 3:43 Louis Kahn: Phillips Exeter Academy Library (1971, Exeter, New Hampshire)
  • 4:17 Frank O. Gehry: Walt Disney Concert Hall (2003, Los Angeles, California)
  • 4:50 Quadracci Pavilion
  • 5:14 German Pavilion
  • 5:47 Shiba Ryotaro Memorial Museum
  • 5:47 Barcelona Auditorium
  • 6:19 Quadracci Pavilion
  • 6:51 Phillips Exeter Academy Library
  • 6:51 German Pavilion
  • 8:00 Tadao Ando : Naoshima Contemporary Art Museum, Annex and Minami-dera Art House Project (1995, Naoshima, Kagawa prefecture, Japan)
  • 8:29 German Pavilion
  • 8:31 Satoshi Okada: House in Mt. Fuji (Forest Refuge) (2000, Narusawa, Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan)
  • 9:14 Eduardo Chilida: Elogio del Horizonte (1990, Gijón, Asturias, Spain)
  • 9:21 Quadracci Pavilion
  • 9:56 Barcelona Auditorium
  • 10:24 Shiba Ryotaro Memorial Museum
  • 10:37 German Pavilion
  • 10:37  House in Mt. Fuji (Forest Refuge)
  • 11:02  Phillips Exeter Academy Library
  • 11:44  Louis Kahn: Jatiyo Sangshad Bhaban, National Assembly Building (1982, Dhaka, Bangladesh)

I wasn’t able to identify a few places, including a loft at 3:18 and 6:37, an interior with an Eames lounge chair at 3:27, some frosted glass panels at 4:43 and some stairs at 7:15.