Santiago Calatrava's creative process subject of new documentary in NOWNESS
Private View: Santiago Calatrava by NOWNESS
Meet the architect behind PATH Station, the World Trade Center Transportation Hub
New York-based filmmaker Alexandra Liveris talks about her profile of Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava, here shown as a special Nowness cut of the film:
“Santiago Calatrava has designed two of the major projects at Ground Zero, a site of massive redevelopment that is changing the way we are interacting with Downtown New York. It became apparent to me that the importance of Calatrava’s designs is not yet fully absorbed into the collective consciousness of the city, but will come to define an important part of our environment and history."
“It became apparent to me that the importance of Calatrava’s designs is not yet fully absorbed into the collective consciousness of the city”
“This film is an invitation to understand the work process of a rarified mind: an architect that creates beautiful and functional spaces with a monumental artistic vision.”