Building The Future

Episodes

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199C01The New Geometry19990904

In the first of five programmes Susan Marling explores contemporary trends in ARCHITECTure.

1: `The New Geometry'.

From BERLIN to Beverley Hills, ARCHITECTs talk about `busting the box' and the development of complex buildings.

199C0219990911

The second of five programmes in which Susan Marling explores contemporary trends in ARCHITECTure.

2: Popular ARCHITECTure.

How the fantasy fulfilment that began in theme parks has jumped the wall and now informs a building style from the malls of the USA to neo-traditional ENGLISH villages.

199C0219990911

The second of five programmes in which Susan Marling explores contemporary trends in ARCHITECTure.

2: Popular ARCHITECTure.

How the fantasy fulfilment that began in theme parks has jumped the wall and now informs a building style from the malls of the USA to neo-traditional ENGLISH villages.

199C03Green Architecture19990918

From the Australian desert to a brownfield site on the River Trent, Susan Marling looks at building for a sustainable future.

199C03Green Architecture19990918

From the Australian desert to a brownfield site on the River Trent, Susan Marling looks at building for a sustainable future.

199C04The New Moderns19990925

Six programmes in which Susan Marling explores contemporary trends in ARCHITECTure.

4: `The New Moderns'.

Abstraction, high technology and the use of ever smarter materials in ARCHITECTure from the Reichstag to the Eden Project.

199C05City Making19991002

The last of five programmes exploring contemporary trends in ARCHITECTure.

5: `City Making'.

Susan Marling goes to Los Angeles and Barcelona to predict the future of city making.

ARCHITECTure's major 21st-century challenge is in giving significance and identity to populous and homogenous cities.

199C05City Making19991002

The last of five programmes exploring contemporary trends in ARCHITECTure.

5: `City Making'.

Susan Marling goes to Los Angeles and Barcelona to predict the future of city making.

ARCHITECTure's major 21st-century challenge is in giving significance and identity to populous and homogenous cities.