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2016 I Look Up Film Challenge Winner: 20×10

We’re excited to share the stories behind the winning film in our 2016 I Look Up Film Challenge! Learn more about the Runner-Up, 20×10. Runner-Up: 20×10 Team: Patrick Higgins and Kurt Hanley, Filmmakers Location: Austin, Texas   AIA: How, if in any way, did this film challenge change your perception of architecture? Kurt Hanley: I 

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2016 I Look Up Film Challenge Winner: Arch 335 – Rebuilding Medcamps

We’re excited to share the stories behind the winning film in our 2016 I Look Up Film Challenge! Learn more about the Grand Prize Winner,  Arch 335: Rebuilding Medcamps. Grand Prize Winner: Arch 335: Rebuilding Medcamps Team: Brad Deal, Architect & Filmmaker; Robert Brooks, Architect Location: Choudrant, Louisiana   AIA: What compelled you to tell 

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I Look Up Film Challenge 2016 Winners

Congratulations to our 2016 I Look Up Film Challenge Winners! With only one month to find stories, build a team, and execute, 47 teams completed beautiful and compelling short films about architecture for the 2nd annual I Look Up Film Challenge. They have all inspired us with what can happen when two storytellers – architects 

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Architecture’s Auteur

Kyle Bergman, AIA, who studied both architecture and film in college, has found a way to combine the two in the real world. As the founder and director of the Architecture & Design Film Festival, sponsored by the AIA, he has found a highly public way to bring architecture’s best stories to professionals and design 

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Rural Studio: A Story of Solutions

When homes caught fire in Newbern, Alabama, they often burned to the ground while residents stood by watching helplessly. With a population of 184, the small town in Hale County went 110 years without a single new public building—including a firehouse. Residents had to wait for help to arrive from neighboring towns. Rural Studio, a 

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