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  • Across the Institute

    Rotterdam, Indianapolis, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Orlando

  • PBS Documentary 'Ten Buildings That Changed America'

    The PBS documentary '10 Buildings that Changed America' aims for a high-brow take on a low-brow form—and finds middle ground.

  • Watch the Bay Bridge Light Up

    Can't make it to San Francisco to see 'Bay Lights' yourself? We've rounded up three videos that will make you feel as if you were there, plus a link to a live stream.

  • 'Why Design' Shorts Explore Designers' Creative Processes

    Design often means stepping outside of the office—when surfing—or thinking outside of the box—when thinking of design as great food. See design through designers' eyes in a film series by Herman Miller.

  • Film on Modernist Coastal Houses

    Filmmakers from Coast Modern, a recently released documentary on Modernist coastal house design, journeyed from L.A. to Vancouver to visit houses built in the region’s characteristic outside-in style.

  • Architecture Film Series

    Architects including Brian MacKay-Lyons, Bjarke Ingels, and the late Eero Saarinen are the focus in a new film series presented by the Noguchi Museum in Long Island City, N.Y.

  • Dynamic Sinks

    A new line of glass sinks from Modono Glass uses a proprietary color-changing thin-film coating to give off a dynamic look on the vessel installations.

  • Architecture & Design Film Fest Returns to Chicago

    Abstract: The Architecture & Design Film Festival brings 31 films and a handful of industry pros to a city with a born savvy for architecture and design.

  • Minka

    This beautiful short documentary film tells the story of an 18th-century minka--the traditional Japanese post-and-beam farmhouse--that was rescued, dismantled, and rebuilt as a modern home.

  • Film: 'John Portman: A Life of Building'

    Because of John Portman, soaring atriums and water fountains are ubiquitous in hotels today.