Dutrieue makes connections: formal, functional, cultural historical between two worlds that, at first sight have nothing in common … or do they?
Christian Norberg-Schulz (Oslo) is a monument in the field of architectural theory and the scientific approach to architecture. The focus on the theoretical development is checked permanently by Norberg-Schulz in the history of architecture.
The story of a more or less closed period in the career of an architect who gave spatial form to numerous theatrical performances. What principles are the same, and which differ in the design of buildings and scenery. How his ideas gave rise to misunderstandings and how the lessons learned can be useful for other architects.
Where the filmviewing experience was initially associated with the theater, from the twenties a specific architectural architecture grew from the most diverse sources and architectural styles.
Reflecting on the “home” we usually do not get off the schedule conditioned by our Western cultural pattern “hall-seating-dining-kitchen-bedroom-bathroom …”. On “living” one can also reflect in different and more general terms. To broaden the horizons, we thought it would be interesting to be confronted with a completely different mindset. The traditional Turkish is one such approach.
Coincidentally, both on a poetry of architecture as on an architecture of poetry can be discussed. The first implies that there exists a dimension in the dealings of man with his environment that transcends individuals and functional, even if “functional” is interpreted in a broad manner.
A question that will be answered in the video by architects Rogers, Foster, Stirling, Pei, Johnson, Meier … and critics as Frampton and Huxable … and is visually illustrated with some important buildings in architectural actuality. An issue for a debate.
Van Geluwe is ART-chitect, curator and archivist of “The Museum Of Museums”, founder of fictional art institutions as ART (Art Recycling Terminal) and M.A.O. (Multinational Act ofice). As a Mail-art artist, he is the initiator of the postcard-action “Architecture is …”
An expedition to the sources of the Viennese aesthetics. It is amazing how all disciplines capitalized on, how music, visual arts, design and fashion expressed the same feelings. How the string quartets by Anton Webern sounded in the buildings of Adolf Loos, how wonderful Klimt fits into the Palais Stoclet.