A very small excerpt from the Doc Channel Blog Interview:
ARCHITECTURE IS AN INTERESTING SUBJECT TO TACKLE WITH 3D NEXT. BETWEEN YOUR FILM AND WERNER HERZOG’S CAVE OF FORGOTTEN DREAMS AND EVEN CONCERT FILMS IT SEEMS 3D IS A GREAT TOOL FOR DOCUMENTING DIFFERENT AREAS OF THE ARTS.
WW: Most architects build this stuff and they already have 3D representation. They can enter a building before they even build it. But I think especially with modern architecture, to make a film that really deals with the sense of place and how it changes the way people use buildings and are shaped by cities and buildings, that could not really have been done before. To feel what the room does to you, that is something that you could describe almost better in words than in a two-dimensional film. It is really about a sense of place. That’s a feeling that many architects share with filmmakers and that’s a common thing the two professions have. I’m really excited to have this tool now that gives this sense of place, and so I am quite excited about my architecture project."