When you discover a passion, you are no doubt trying to squeeze it in as much as you can. And in this bond that unites you and tries to reinforce what you are truly passionate about, no material or information can suffice. Not to mention the time I was able to combine two emotions into one, like – for example – the thing we’re going to talk about next: broadcasting and architecture.
If you love architecture and become a fan of those little details (not too few) that make any environment or work place unique, we recommend 3 documentaries at Netflixwithin the course of “Conversations” (produced by Arquia) which relate not only to architecture itself, but also to the great architects and references who leave their mark and legacy in this life.
3 Architecture Documentaries You Must Watch on Netflix
Born in Tudela, Spain, Rafael Moneo is one of the most prominent pioneers of modern architecture. in Netflix You can enjoy the documentary that reviews the life and work of this reference, who is already 85 years old, and who won the Pritzker Prize. Part of his legacy in architecture is the National Museum of Roman Art, the Atocha Station, the Carsal in San Sebastian and the Miro Foundation (Mallorca), all in Spain.
Conversations with Renzo Piano is the name of the documentary, available on Netflix This reviews the life, work, and significance of the Italian engineer born in Genoa (Italy) in September 1937 and who is now 84 years old. In the streaming documentary, we can enjoy an authentic piano that reflects the technical innovation and strength of architecture. The New York Times Building (in that American city), the Pompidou Center (Spain), and the Whitney Museum of Art are some of the works of Renzo Piano, also a Pritzker Prize winner.
Born in the UK, architect Norman Foster is another architectural reference he has starred in and is included in the Conversations course at Netflix This allows knowledge of the great contemporary architects who have left – and will forever leave – their mark on their art.
Resident in Spain and with his own foundation, Foster reviews his influences and work on the legendary Millennium Bridge (London) and tells about the projects he’s working on for NASA.