Architecture Films

  1. "Mangfallpark" is a film about a newly developed recreation area, along the riverbanks of the Mangfall and Inn rivers, in the city of Rosenheim in Bavaria (Germany).

    The garden is one of 7 projects nominated for the 2012 Rosa Barba Prize, a European Prize for Landscape Architecture, that will be awarded at the Biennale for Landscape Architecture in Barcelona at September 27th 2012.

    The film was commissioned by the architect and I made it in cooperation with landscape architecture photographer Hanns Joosten.

    If you like what you see you can also visit our Facebook page: facebook.com/architecturefilms

    # vimeo.com/49897230 Uploaded
  2. "the written garden" is a christian meditation garden realised by Relais Landscape Architects in Berlin. It's part of a garden themepark in Berlin, called Garten der Welt.

    The garden is one of 7 projects nominated for the 2012 Rosa Barba Prize, a European Prize for Landscape Architecture, that will be awarded at the Biennale for Landscape Architecture in Barcelona at September 27th 2012.

    The film is a meditation about the garden rather than a imagefilm.

    The film was commissioned by the architect and I made it in cooperation with landscape architecture photographer Hanns Joosten.

    If you like what you see you can also visit our Facebook page: facebook.com/architecturefilms

    Here's some info about the people making and designing the fonts for the texts that the fences are made of.

    xplicit.de/xxexhibtiondesign.html
    (Branczyk's company site — click on "Schriftgestaltung" at left)
    fontblog.de/der-christliche-garten-kann-wachsen
    (comments from Jürgen Siebert, Fontshop boss)
    fontblog.de/so-geht-professionelles-design
    (including photos of the manufacturing process)

    # vimeo.com/49897229 Uploaded

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