Subject: Short Films Walk October 11, 2107

September 28, 2017

ADFF, Soho Design District and Salone del Mobile present our 4th Annual Short Films Walk (SFW) on October 11th from 5pm–9pm. Each of the 10 participating Soho showrooms will screen a unique program of film shorts curated by ADFF. The films will be shown on a loop throughout the evening so guests have the chance to view dozens of terrific short films as they walk from showroom to showroom.
You’re invited to stroll 10 Soho showrooms and view more than 33 short films while meeting friends and enjoying great food and drinks along the way.  CLICK HERE TO RSVP.
Some SFW Film Highlights
Director: Brad Deal

Pisces, from Greek mythology, takes the form of two fish connected by a cord that allows them to help others and ensures that they don’t lose one another. Pisces and its myths became the framework for the 2017 design build project: a bridge that connects the two sides of a summer camp for children with special needs.

This film is part of AIA I Look Up Film Challenge, 2017.

Ex of In House
Director: Adam Goss & Red Mike

Ex of In House explores a language of space, aimed at inner spatial energy strongly bound to the ecology of the place. The house is a product of a research and development project at Steven Holl Architects, the "Explorations of IN". Designers Steven Holl & Dimitra Tsachrelia discuss the core conceptual elements of the house.

DeLightFuL: Design, Light, Future, Living
Director: Matteo Garrone

DeLightFuL starts with the assumption that the contemporary domestic space is an expression of primeval, genuine and essential needs. In an environment that is both natural and dreamlike, magical and surreal, the film takes a look at the world of contemporary design and modern life.

Queen of Asbury Park
Director: Jillian Buckley

From Romanian refugee to Ian Schrager’s right-hand designer, Anda Andrei is now making waves in her own right as the crowned Queen of Asbury Park. She takes Interior Design’s Cindy Allen on a journey of her new projects from the restaurant at the Brooklyn Museum to the redesign of an entire New Jersey town. 

Shedding Light
Director: Gianluca Vassallo

Fourteen short films, created and produced by Gianluca Vassallo, to narrate simple, everyday stories that share the theme of “shedding light”. All stories are set in Sardinia in small towns: Bortigiadas, Nughedu San Nicoló and San Teodoro. Through a very close perspective on everyday gestures, Vassallo narrates his “discovery” of light. Small works of art that leave viewers with the possibility of personal interpretation, offering an opportunity to seek the meanings that can be assumed by light inside themselves.

Reflections - Barcelona Pavilion
Director: Fernando Ayuso

Reflections is a humble tribute to Mies van der Rohe and his work that seeks to demonstrate the love for architecture that many feel and that a large part of society doesn’t share. The intention is to bring those who lack an appreciation or understanding of modern architecture closer to it.


Snøhetta Viewpoint
Director: Alejandro Villanueva

Time lapse of Snøhetta Viewpoint, located in Dovrefjell, Norway. Made in collaboration with the Norwegian Nature Inspectorate and the Norwegian Wild Reindeer Center. The film is part of Iconic Norway, a time-lapse journey through Norway’s most beautiful contemporary architecture.


In Residence: Patrizia Moroso
Director: Matthew Donaldson

The grand dame of design opens the doors to her personal paradise. Imposing and unexpected amidst the lush greenery of a secluded plot in Udine, the home of Patrizia Moroso reveals a vibrant vision in the forest: at once a lived-in family home and a showcase of contemporary design and art gathered from around the globe.

Cabin at the River
Director: Silvia Zeitlinger

The architect Robby Cantarutti, as a boy, is imagining his house and his life while sitting on a river throwing stones in the water. Inspired by the flowing water and the leaves moving in the wind, he creates in his phantasy his own future in a house made of glass and stones that invites nature to live inside. 

Hidden Museum Tirpitz
Directors: Colin John Seymour Jr. and Paul Demant

Designed by BIG Bjarke Ingels Group, The new TIRPITZ transforms and expands a historic German WWII bunker into a groundbreaking cultural complex comprising four exhibitions within a single structure, seamlessly embedded into the protected shorelands of Blåvand in western Denmark. 

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