To Dwell: An Architectural Film Festival

To Dwell: An Architectural Film Festival 

From the earliest days of human civilization, dwelling has been an elemental condition of architectural design and construction. As spaces are inhabited to shelter our lives and everyday objects, residential design continues to evolve within contemporary architectural practices. Through a curated selection of films addressing our relationships with intimate spaces, we are proud to present the 2016 Architecture Film Festival. Please join us as we explore the practice of dwelling-its poetry, theory, satire, romance, and experience-through the following films:

The Architect 11/11 - At Sundance

Provenance 11/12 - Menil Collection

Gray Matters 11/14 - At ArCH

It Was Not My Dream (short) 11/16 - At ArCH

The Land of Many Palaces 11/16 - At ArCH

The Infinite Happiness 11/17 - At ArCH

Tickets may be purchased online via the AIA Houston website. 


Following the Screening of The Infinite Happiness on Nov. 17th, there will be a small residential panel discussion featuring:

discussion featuring:

  • Carrie Glassman Shoemake, FAIA (GSMA)
  • David Bucek, FAIA (Stern and Bucek Architects)
  • Michael Morrow, AIA (kinneymorrow architecture)
  • Jesse Hager, AIA (CONTENT Architecture)

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