A story about three buildings, each with a pathological problem connecting it to a larger cultural dialog.
Through the mechanisms of vandalism, idiosyncrasy, and dilapidation, the buildings raise the possibility that architecture might transcend its practical obligations to become our most potent form of cultural expression.
architectural proposals by John Szot Studio
directed by John Szot
Architecture and the Unspeakable is a Brooklyn Digital Foundry production
special thanks to:
Ellis G. - handstyle on the Soho Project
Mitch Clark and Naoko Okuyama - Japanese translation
Seiko Shih - Japanese narration
Nathan Freise - sound samples for Shibuya
Robert Szot - stunt sledgehammer operator
Iker Gil and the team at MAS CONTEXT
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