Angel Borrego Cubero’s wonderfully gossipy film, The Competition, follows five of the world’s most famous architects in apparently hot pursuit of the chance to build the national museum of Andorra. It's a revealing glimpse of life at a big-name practice, from the late-night pizzas to the experience of being shouted at by a Pritzker Prize winner.

Published in Features
Wednesday, 05 August 2009 16:01

Architecture Depends

Architects need to be less autonomous and engage with the everyday, argues Jeremy Till, but this could well be a case of merry myth-making, says Charles Holland.

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