Tea & Coffee Towers

In The tea and Coffee Towers project, 20 architects who used to work mainly in urban scale, were asked to design a Tea and Coffee Set as it was a micro-architecture. This project was presented at Venice Biennale in 2002. In this documentary the Architects describe their experience of answering to eight standard questions about … Continue reading

Bunkers, Brutalism and Bloody-mindedness: Concrete Poetry

Every now and again, architecture goes through a phase of not caring whether it is liked. Employing shock tactics, it asks us to find beauty in what is commonly regarded to be ugly. In this series, writer and journalist Jonathan Meades explores the story of the Brutalist movement across Europe.   Want to know more…