Film and Television
The residence was specifically designed to host film and television crews, and has been doing so for 36 years.
The five-day festival will open with Catherine Hunter’s documentary Glenn Murcutt: Spirit of Place.
A Reddit thread aptly titled "Accidental Wes Anderson" chronicles instances of life imitating auteur, full of photos of spiraling staircases, grand indoor pools, and other architectural ephemera.
Mother! stars Jennifer Lawrence and Javier Bardem as a couple living in a large country house that Lawrence’s character has renovated to perfection.
It’s no surprise that Jerry Della Femina’s home is located on East 62nd Street, otherwise known as the street lined with some of the New York City’s priciest mansions.
In moving the action to Marfa, Texas, instead of California, where the book is based, the series also adds the tiny, design-forward West Texas town to the cast of intriguing characters.
The second season of Aziz Ansari’s Netflix comedy looks at the city through a naturalistic lens
“It has to feel real, like it could happen to you.”
The trailer for a new Bjarke Ingels documentary titled Big Time teases a more intimate way into the architect’s head, literally.
‘Citzen Jane: Battle for the City’ opens on April 21
Oscar learns the Art of the Deal, pains of high-rise living
A documentary on architect David Adjaye is first up in the downtown museum’s Rooftop Architecture and Design Film Series.
It’s called "Keeping up with the Catdashians." Naturally!
Architect and artist Boryana Ilieva paints plan and section views of houses and apartments that serve as the architectural backdrop for movies and shows.
At its best, Abstract: The Art of Design is fast, funny, and informational; at its worst, it swamps the screen with imagery without criticism or context. It premieres February 10.
Details are few for now, but it’s safe to assume that the film would trace the genesis of the modernist treasure, from when it was first commissioned in 1945 to its eventual completion in 1951.
Three period films and two space-related ones made the cut. Which movie will take home the golden statuette on February 26?
Calling all design-nerds: There’s a new design documentary in town, and judging by the trailer, it looks like it’ll be just as sleek and pleasing to behold as some of your favorite products.
The incredible interiors and beatific buildings in the Holy See’s home
Wondering where the fantastic props, costumes, and research that went into Mad Men will end up? Looks like the answer is at the Harry Ransom Center in Austin, Texas.
For the time of the year when it’s perfectly acceptable to while away the hours in front of a roaring, flickering television screen.
Directed by Peter Rosen and featuring Saarinen’s son Eric (who is also its director of photography), the film explores the architect’s life and visionary work through ultra-high definition drone footage, rare archival interviews, and new interviews.
The Pacific Heights house used in Robin Williams’ hit flick Mrs. Doubtfire (1993) has finally found a buyer. The stunning 1893 Victorian masterpiece at 2640 Steiner landed on the market in September for a cool $4,450,000, selling under asking.
While haunted houses and palatial mansions are all too common, structures that are evil and malicious themselves make things more interesting.
From the Exorcist to The Shining, here's where your faves were filmed
If you’re an avid DIY Network fan, this kitchen might look familiar to you, because it was featured on the network’s series "Kitchen Impossible." Now, the Washington Square West home is on the market for $364,950.
The Philadelphia Society for the Preservation of Landmarks announced last week that the historic Physick House, once home to surgeon Philip Syng Physick, will be the main attraction of Ghost Hunters season 11, episode 10.
Famous wizards’ pre-Hogwarts house are hitting the market left and right.
The 16,310-square-foot home is just 22 miles from city limits, and served as the backdrop of the movie when Apollo’s widower voices her concerns to Adonis about the perils of boxing.
It’s tiny bit weird if you do, but here you go.
Accio down payment!
To get you primed for our favorite category—production design, naturally—we’re taking a quick look at the contenders vying for the top honors in narrative contemporary fantasy programming, narrative period shows, and narrative half-hour series.