• Luigi Rosselli Sketching on Yellowtrace [TV].


    Posted on 26th August, by Dana Tomić Hughes in architecture, Design, TV. 1 Comment

    Australian architect L. Rosselli Sketching on Yellowtrace.

    Australian architect L. Rosselli Sketching on Yellowtrace.

    Australian architect Luigi Rosselli Sketching on Yellowtrace.

    Australian architect Luigi Rosselli Sketching on Yellowtrace.

    Click here to watch embedded video.

    A visual documentary on the creative process of Australian architect, Luigi Rosselli, and his approach to drawing as a primary medium for design. Shot in Sydney’s Surry Hills, the film shows a proposed schematic for an addition to a 1920s Art Deco building in Bondi.

    Editing – Giselle Rosselli and Tim Hart
    Cinematography – Tim Hart
    Music – Cello Song by Giselle


    [Video courtesy of Luigi Rosselli.]

     





  • One Response to “Luigi Rosselli Sketching on Yellowtrace [TV].”

    1. Thanks very much for offering that glimpse into the work and thinking of an architect. Quite rare to see so close up somebody at their work. Triciax



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