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Constructing Clouds

Episode 5 of 5

Architectural historian Mark Dorrian considers the fascination with cloud-like buildings, from constructions by Frank Gehry, to attempts to put up buildings that float on air.

In a series tracing the role of clouds in art, architecture and the cultural imagination, architectural historian Mark Dorrian discusses the current fascination with cloud-like buildings, from architects such as Frank Gehry and his 'clouds of glass', to more radical attempts to construct buildings that float on air, or buildings composed of mist.

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Fri 27 Feb 2009 23:00

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