Conducted by a group of Canadian design students, archiDUTCH is a 19-minute documentary about how the Dutch build and design the cities we live in, including a collection of interviews of Dutch architects and designers. The footage was shot and edited by first-time student filmmakers from Simon Fraser University’s Interactive Art and Technology program. OMA‘s Reinier de Graaf, Inside Outside‘s Petra Blaisse, and MVRDV‘s Jacob van Rijs (along with dutch model maker Vincent de Rijk) comment on the Dutch point of view of designing for the architectural and urban scale, both in the Netherlands and worldwide in this film. Detailed interviews and more information about the students involved in this field study can be found here. More images can be viewed after the break.
This super stunning residence is a project developed by Meridith Baer and La Kaza. Ravishing and gorgeous, the private residence located in the spectacular city of Los Angeles, aims to offer a unique living experience to its inhabitants. The house promises a staggering panoramic view over the city and some of the most exquisite high class facilities: a gorgeous wine cellar, a home theatre room, where you can soak your feet into comfy pillows while watching over and over again your favourite movies, together with your friends, a stunning luxury swimming pool with a wide patio and a refined terrace, on top of all this.