How to Blow up a Bubble that Won’t Burst

Description:

In 1974 three Binishells were erected at Narrabeen North Public School in Sydney, Australia. The concrete domes were designed by Dante Bini, an Italian architect, brought to Sydney by the NSW Department of Public Works. The Binishells caused an immediate sensation: people were amazed by the speed of their construction, their futuristic shape and most of all by their radical design, which used air as its primary building material. How to Blow up a Bubble that Won’t Burst, realised in collaboration with the students of the Narrabeen North Public School, explores the architecture through the eyes of the new generation. In the documentary, the students and the Italian architect Dante Bini discuss cities future.

Film profile:

Director:

Zanny Begg

Year:

2015

Duration:

18'

Country:

Australia

Director of photography:

William Robertson, Lorenzo Pace

Music:

Jon Hunter

Genre:

Documentario

Language:

English

Subtitles:

Italian

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