“How Do We Want to Live?”

Design Event 07, the north east of England’s annual design festival, commissioned new media curators Cinefeel to create a film programme for this year’s event that included animation, motion graphics, architectural visualisations and music videos, based on the festival’s theme of “How do we want to live?”. As part of the initiative, DE07 selected their favourite piece of work from the package. The winning entry is Gardens of the Bay by London-based production company, Squint/Opera, who specialise in making architectural films.

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Design Event 07, the north east of England’s annual design festival, commissioned new media curators Cinefeel to create a film programme for this year’s event that included animation, motion graphics, architectural visualisations and music videos, based on the festival’s theme of “How do we want to live?”. As part of the initiative, DE07 selected their favourite piece of work from the package. The winning entry is Gardens of the Bay by London-based production company, Squint/Opera, who specialise in making architectural films.

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DE07’s chosen winner shows the development of the design ideas behind the successful pitch for a landscape architecture competition in Singapore and can be seen in its entirety here.

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The film will be screened in the cinema space at Baltic Centre for Contemporary Arts (open Monday – Sunday, 10:00-18:00) from 16-24 October as part of Cinefeel’s programme.

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