Previously at the ICA - Films
26 Jan 2011 – 20 Feb 2011
★★★★ The Times
'Hugely enjoyable' Guardian
'A handsome portrait of one of the most esteemed architects of the modern age' Telegraph
A fascinating and visually impressive documentary about leading architect Norman Foster, tracing his landscape-transforming career from the early years through to the present day. Foster himself, along with the likes of Richard Rogers and Richard Serra, discuss his creations as the film take us around a world that the architect has designed, including Beijing Airport, the Hearst Building, New York, 30 St. Mary’s Axe in London and the Millau Viaduct in France.
The 26 January screening is followed by Norman Foster in conversation with architectual theorist Charles Jencks.
Released by Dogwoof.
Dirs Carlos Carcas/Norberto Lopez Amado, UK/Spain 2010, 75 mins