About twenty years after the last documentary on Kevin Roche was released, London-based film company Wavelength Pictures will produce an updated look at the life and work of the Pritzker Prize-winning architect, with a section of the film focusing on his projects in Columbus, Indiana, reports local paper The Republic. Wavelength Pictures plans to come to Columbus in 2016, filming buildings that Roche designed and conducting interviews.
With projects like the US Post Office and the Cummins Corporate Headquarters to his name, Roche also contributed to the Miller House and North Christian Church, both projects by Eero Saarinen and both designated as National Historic Landmarks.
The documentary, titled “Kevin Roche: The Quiet Architect” will span 90 minutes and is expected to be completed by early 2017. Read more about the project on The Republic here.