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Visual Storytelling, Architecture & Animation

  • 07:45 - 4 January, 2016
Visual Storytelling, Architecture & Animation
Visual Storytelling, Architecture & Animation

Increasingly, more architecture professionals are breaking into the world of film, learning digital animation and design skills to engage non-specialists, as well as their peers. Architect-trained Kibwe Tavares, co-founder of creative studio Factory Fifteen, will explore the ways architects and designers can use digital representation to encourage imaginative thinking through a combination of architecture and film.

Kibwe Tavares studied architectural engineering before graduating in 2011 from Unit 15 at the Bartlett School of Architecture. His debut short film and graduation project, Robots of Brixton, won the RIBA Silver Medal and Special Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival. Co-founder of Factory Fifteen, a creative studio specialising in film, animation and architectural representation. He was named as one of the world’s top young directing talents at the Saatchi & Saatchi and Young Directors Award showcase at the 2014 Cannes Lions Festival.

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Cite: "Visual Storytelling, Architecture & Animation" 04 Jan 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884