- Fri 6 Oct - 22:15
- Sun 8 Oct - 13:00
He was part of the new wave of British Design in the 1960s, alongside Richard Rogers and Norman Foster. He drew inspiration from the innovative work of Buckminster Fuller. Sir Nicholas Grimshaw describes it himself as a mixture of ‘mechanical engineering, sculpture and rocket science’. It involved playing with new possibilities, and the fun of those early experiments is abundantly evident in this film. A wonderful overview of an oeuvre, and a remarkable portrait of an era.
Viewing on friday 6th of october in combination with the shorts “1000 FT” and “East to West”.