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A Movie With Architecture as Star

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Sep 06, 2013 01:01 AM
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by Promila Shastri last modified Sep 05, 2013

Documentaries aside, there’s not much in the world of film that gets architecture buffs excited. The somewhat obscure 2011 German film Der Preis (The Prize), however, has architecture as its central premise, with the lead character having recently won a competition to transform a clunky, Soviet-era apartment complex in the — Continue reading …




 

 

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Documentaries aside, there’s not much in the world of film that gets architecture buffs excited. The somewhat obscure 2011 German film Der Preis (The Prize), however, has architecture as its central premise, with the lead character having recently won a competition to transform a clunky, Soviet-era apartment complex in the former East Germany. Truth be told, we can’t vouch for the quality of the the film itself (confession: we haven’t seen it), but this hauntingly beautiful poster elicited a gasp, with its lone futuristic edifice and endless sky of possibilities—designed by German graphic designer, David Löwe. If there’s such a thing as a poster seducing the viewer into seeing a film, consider us duly seduced.

Image: David Löwe


 

 

 
 
 

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