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“The films that have changed the way of looking at architecture“
“A completely original way to tell a story. Astonishing!”
“A rare exception in architectural films!
"A silent dialogue between the architects and those who inhabit their creations, as if they are struggling to understand one another across differences in time, space and perspective."
Third project of the Living Architectures series, Gehry's Vertigo offers to the spectator a rare and vertiginous trip on the top roofs of the Guggenheim Museum of Bilbao. Through the portrait of the climbing team in charge of the glass cleaning, their ascensions, their techniques and difficulties, this film observes the complexity and virtuosity of Frank Gehry's architecture.