Layar Tancap Arsitektur

“Architecture exists, like cinema, in the dimension of time and movement. One conceives and reads a building in terms of sequences. To erect a building is to predict and seek effects of contrast and linkage through which one passes… In the continuous shot/sequence that a building is, the architect works with cuts and edits, framings and openings… I like to work with a depth of field, reading space in terms of its thickness, hence their superimposition of different screens, planes legible from obligatory joints of passage which are to be found in all my buildings…”

– Jean Nouvel

‘Layar Tancap Arsitektur’ is our new program. We will hold  a movie screening related or about architecture. It would be very exciting to watch, discuss, and chat architecture movie and architecture with Restless Spirits. Besides  getting information and recreation, through watching movie, we can enjoy the virtual spaces that may not be enjoyed in reality. Let’s enjoy!

Some of the movies that we will play on ‘Layar Tancap Arsitektur’ are




Eames: The Architect and The Painter (2011)

Directed by Jason Cohn, Bill Jersey

The husband-and-wife team of Charles and Ray Eames were America’s most influential and important industrial designers. He was an architect by training, she was a painter and sculptor. They are, perhaps, best remembered for their mid-century modern furniture, built from novel materials like molded plywood, fiberglass-reinforced plastic, bent metal wire and aluminum – offering consumers beautiful, functional, yet inexpensive products. ‘Eames: The Architect & The Painter’ draws from a treasure trove. of archival material, as well as new interviews with friends, colleague, and experts to capture the personal story of Charles and Ray while placing them firmly in the context of their fascinating times.

Saturday, 30th July 2016




My Architect: A Son’s Journey (2003)

Directed by Nathaniel Kahn

World-famous architect Louis Kahn had two illegitimate children with two different women outside of his marriage. One of his son, Nathaniel, always hoped that someday his father would come and live with him and his mother, but Kahn never left his wife. Instead, Kahn was found dead in a men’s room in Penn Station when Nathaniel was only 11. In ‘My Architect: A Son’s Journey’, director Nathaniel Kahn searches to understand his father, noted architect Louis Kahn, who died bankrupt and alone in 1974. Nathaniel travels the world visiting his father’s buildings and haunts in this film, meeting his father’s contemporaries, colleagues, students, wives, and children. In the film, Louis Kahn is quoted as saying, “…myself realized that only Architecture was to be my life. How accidental are our existences are really, and how full of influence by circumstance.”

Sabtu, 13 Agustus 2016




Piece By Piece: Renzo Piano (2012)

Directed by Christopher Tuckfield

Banyak orang berpendapat bahwa Renzo Piano tidak pernah mengembangkan gayanya sendiri. Namun, gaya Piano adalah mempelajari tapak, kemudian memahami keunikannya,  dan menemukan solusi untuk bangunannya. Bangunannya dirancang dengan teliti, sesuai dengan lingkungannya, serta mengakomodasi kebutuhan penggunanya. ‘Piece By Piece: Renzo Piano’, memberikan ruang dan kesempatan bagi Renzo Piano untuk membahas perbedaan dan keunikan karyanya satu per satu

It is often said of the world famous architect Renzo Piano That he has never develop a recognizable style. But Piano’s style is to grapple primarily with the sites and to tease from them uniquely aesthetic and technical solutions. His buildings are meticulous, individual visions that serve the needs of the surrounding environments and the people that inhabit them. This film gives piano a platform to talk about his architecture and to present works that are as disparate as they are individual.

Sabtu, 27 Agustus 2016