Posts Tagged ‘Video of the Week’

Video of the Week – Future by Airbus

Friday, June 17th, 2011

It has been a busy week here at the¬†Architectural¬†Centre website, but I couldn’t not post this one – so here is a little something for your¬†Friday¬†afternoon entertainment:

Sweet!¬† (more…)

Video of the Week XLII – Besti Flokkurinn

Wednesday, June 2nd, 2010

OK, so this one is doing the rounds at the moment, so pretty much old news, and it’s not really about architecture and design either – but just so funny, especially given that they are a ‘real’ party, who actually contested the recent¬†Reykjavik¬†City Council elections, and won 6 of the 15 seats. (more…)

Video of the Week XLI – Frank Gehry, you’re a genius!

Thursday, May 6th, 2010

We’ve probably all seen this by now, but if you haven’t, it is that classic Simpson’s episode…

I can’t find a better online version, but here you go anyway (click on the image below to get to the video page…)

Video of the Week XL: Top 10 things you’ll never hear an architect say

Friday, April 23rd, 2010

From the “How to architect” series.

The guy seems a little weird (well, quite a lot actually), but I thought this might be a nice bit of Friday afternoon edification…

…not to be taken too seriously of course… (more…)

Video of the Week XXXIX: LIGHT*HOUSE

Tuesday, April 13th, 2010

3XN, UN Studio and Jan Gehl (advisors) waterfront development – “a new urban quarter” – no, not here in Wellington, unfortunately(?), but in Aarhus, Denmark…


What do you think…?

Video of the Week XIV: Free Avone

Tuesday, May 5th, 2009

Here is a concept, as presented by¬†Graffiti Research Lab, that I quite enjoy. Of course, it isn’t exactly original, and Wellington architecture has seen its fair share of projected imagery, from the poppies on parliament by our own RSA to ¬†body moving¬†at Te Papa. Thus, I guess it must be the ever so slight frisson of illicitness that makes this seem more enticing – and, perhaps, the real-time¬†spontaneity¬†and the awareness that for your audience, this is a also a spontaneous urban intervention – not one that is scheduled in your summer city calendar between the Teddy Bear’s Picnic and the Beat Girls performing at the Dell. There is potential here to really say/achieve something however, and that is the motive behind GRI, who¬†want to provide graffiti artists with the tools that would allow them to compete with corporate advertisers to get their message across. Somehow I think the¬†bicycle¬†mounted virtual spray can won’t replace the real bomb anytime soon…


Video of the Week XIII: algorithmic architecture

Friday, May 1st, 2009

Design for a hotel in Wellington, New Zealand using algorithmic architecture generated in Max Script, from 2007 by VUW student Daniel Davis… I’ll leave the commentary up to you this time…