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Architectures (23 part documentary series)
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I'd like to share this 23 part documentary series on YouTube titled Architectures that some of you may enjoy.

The series examines different architects and a selected work they designed in their careers. Itexplores everything from classical works to contemporary post-modern buildings, with emphasis on exploring the aesthetic aspects of the work rather than technicall, from the brutalism of Le Corbusier to Toyo Ito's neo-modern Japanese works to the idealism of Frank Lloyd Wright (which is personally my favourite, just for its daringness). If you're at all into architecture as an art, you'll like this.

Here's the playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL...9EA68C47B6
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#2
Cool, thanks. I've added it to my watch list in YouTube.
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#3
Very nice! Now I need to find 11 hours to watch all this!
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#4
Thanks, I too can't wait to watch this!

...Although I'll have to skip Episode 23. Smile
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