Sense of Architecture
GER/A 2009, 168 min
The description of a lifeline through architecture.
42 contemporary architectural projects of Austrian origins. As an independent work, the film emerged from the material for 57 short films that Heinz Emigholz produced for the exhibition Sense of Architecture conceived in Graz. Unlike the exhibition, which grouped the architecture thematically, the film SENSE OF ARCHITECTURE assembles the project into a social reality in which modern buildings were constructed for all areas of life.
The film starts with a bell tower in the Seetaler Alps and a construction site and then leads through the various stages of a fictive life: from a kindergarden, a single-family home, a botanical garden, ein track house, a pharmacy, a housing development, a museum for children, an apartment house with a workshop, a dialect institute, an art house, an office building, a shool, a shoe shop, an apartment block, a town hall, a community center, a medical center, past a pedestrian bridge, in a room for studying, an airport tower, a church reconstruction, a community center, a reginal exhibition, a residential area, a city council, a renovated castle, a villa, a restaurant, a hall, a building extension, a justice center, a prison, a cloister, an art house, a hospital, a vacation house, a castle, a museum, a stone house, a nursing home, a crematorium, and to a columbarium.
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Director, Director of Photography, Editor
Camera Assistant, Assistant Editor, Original Sound and Postproduktion
Sound Design and Sound Mixer
Jochen Jezussek, Christian Obermaier
Charlotte Pöchhacker, Heinz Emigholz
ARGE ARTIMAGE KADADESIGN and Heinz Emigholz Filmproduktion