imaginary architecture in film

one of the most talked subject in film and architecture is the imaginary architecture shown in films as background set or as a inanimate character of the story. to many critics this is one part where film and architecture come closest. in advancement of Scifi film and animation, imaginary architecture in films has grown beyond count. few are listed below:

  • Aelita: Queen of Mars by Yakov Protazanov, Architecture and Film appreciation

  • Batman series by Tim burton, Joel Schumacher and Christopher Nolan

    Blade Runner by Ridley Scott

    Dragon Hunters by Arthur Qwak

    Lord of the Rings Trilogy by Peter Jackson

    Metropolis by Frotz Lang

    On your Mark by Hayayo Miyazaki

    Star wars series by Goerge Lucas

    Studio Ghibli imaginary architecture: Howl"s Moving Castle by Hayao Miyazaki

    Studio Ghibli imaginary architecture: Laputa: Castle in the Sky by Hayao Miyazaki

    Studio Ghibli Imaginary architecture: Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind by Hayao Miyazaki

    Studio Ghibli imaginary architecture: Spirited Away by Hayao Miyazaki

    Studio Ghibli imaginary architecture: The cat returns by Hiroyuki Morita

    Studio Ghibli imaginary architecture: Tales from Earthsea by Goro Miyazaki

    Studio Ghibli imaginary architecture: Whisper of the Heart by Yoshifumi Kondo & Hayao Miyazaki

    Total Recall by Paul Verhoeven


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