On Shelter, homes that make us healthier, a renowned Argentinean architect plus home design & adaption on a very tight budget.
In September architecture and design streamer Shelter screens titles on homes that make us healthier, a renowned Argentinean architect plus home design & adaption on a very tight budget.
Outside In (39 mins)
Canada 2022 (5 September)
Outside In examines the hard science behind a movement of healthy home design called Biophilia, which suggests that building healthier homes can affect positive changes in our blood pressure, heart rate and stress hormones. The film features interviews with renowned architects about the future of Biophilic design, introduces viewers to homeowners experimenting with Biophilic principles, and showcases Jennell Stanley (interior designer and mother) and her process in building a Biophilic home from the ground up.
Live Stream Event: In Conversation With Danny Berish & Ray Mah September 16 at 1pm AEST.
Director Danny Berish and Executive Producer Ray Mah as they answer your questions and discuss their documentary on Biophilic housing design.
Amancio Williams (77 mins)
Argentina 2013 (12 September)
A key figure in Argentine modern architecture, Amancio Williams is renowned and admired worldwide for his famous “House over the Creek”, which was left in ruins after a fire. The documentary depicts Williams´ life, work, and emblematic projects: his innovative ideas and proposals, Le Corbusier’s recognition, and why most of his projects were never built.
Architectones (70 mins)
France 2015 (19 September)
Echoing his exhibition at the Palace of Versailles, the artist Xavier Veilhan opens the doors of seven modernist houses from California to Europe. Between 2012 and 2014, Xavier Veilhan used music, light, and sculpture to activate Richard Neutra’s VDL Research House in Silver Lake, Pierre Koenig’s Case Study House No. 21 in the Hollywood Hills, and buildings designed by Le Corbusier and Mies Van Der Rohe, among others. The histories and legacies of the architects themselves played a prominent role in these installations, with figural sculptures and die-cut silhouettes of the looming personalities of the architects populating his installations.
Room To Improve Season 4 (8 x 30 mins)
Ireland 2007 (26 September)
Celebrated Irish architect and presenter Dermot Bannon attempts to find solutions for families in their homes, as he adapts their existing properties to better suit their needs in Season 4 of Room To Improve. From relocating a remote cottage in West Cork, to restoring a 19th century farmhouse in Tullow, to merging two townhouses into one; join Dermot as he guides these ambitious renovators towards their dream homes.