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1 Minute Series: Exploring 4 of Europe's Most Iconic Sensory Spaces

1 Minute Series: Exploring 4 of Europe's Most Iconic Sensory Spaces
1 Minute Series: Exploring 4 of Europe's Most Iconic Sensory Spaces

Fernando Schapochnik’s 1 minute series – a set of four videos of iconic buildings in Europe – aims to create a sensory interaction with the spaces. Filmed using only a cellphone, the videos rely on textures, sounds, rhythms and varying speeds to narrate the viewer's relationship with the spaces, letting the senses guide the experience. Journey through Le Corbusier’s Ronchamp, Antoni Gaudí’s Park Guell, SANAA’s Rolex Learning Center and OMA’s Kunsthal after the break. 

Ronchamp / Le Corbusier

Park Guell / Antoni Gaudí

Rolex Learning Center / SANAA

Kunsthal / OMA

View more of Fernando Schapochnik’s videos here

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Katie Watkins
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Cite: Katie Watkins. "1 Minute Series: Exploring 4 of Europe's Most Iconic Sensory Spaces" 21 Apr 2015. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/622172/1-minute-series-exploring-4-of-europe-s-most-iconic-sensory-spaces-2/> ISSN 0719-8884
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