"Everything is a remix" is a four-part video series, produced by Kirby Ferguson, a New York-based filmmaker. This video here is a mix of all those four parts. If you want to watch them separately, check his website, http://everythingisaremix.info.
In Spain, Caroline and Piers see a farmhouse made of steel, a home with a floating pool, a circular sanctuary and a shared dwelling for three sisters.
S2E5 • The World's Most Extraordinary Homes • 2019 • Design
The story of the exclamation point. How it came to be and are we overusing it today?
Piers Taylor and Caroline Quentin explore unusual homes built underground. In Greece, they view a house hidden beneath the landscape that still boasts stunning sea views. In the Swiss Alps, they visit a house made so invisible it has to be accessed via a tunnel. Next it's over to New Zealand's South Island to a house built underground to soften its impact on the landscape as well as withstand the threat of earthquakes, before the pair inspects a Dutch house created by deep excavation, which features a huge, light-filled open-plan living space.
S1E4 • The World's Most Extraordinary Homes • 2017 • Design
Graphic designer Paula Scher paints with words, developing the visual language of iconic brands and institutions around the world.
S1E6 • Abstract: The Art of Design • 2017 • Design
A feature-length documentary about our complex relationship with manufactured objects and, by extension, the people who design them.
2009 • Design
For over fifty years, Dieter Rams has left an indelible mark on the field of product design with his iconic work at Braun and Vitsoe, and his influence on Apple. So, at 87 years old, why does he now regret being a designer? Rams is a design documentary, but it is also a rumination on consumerism, sustainability and the future of design. Dieter's philosophy is about more than just design. It is about a way to live. The film also features an original score by pioneering musician Brian Eno.
2019 • Design