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The Architecture of Aeon Flux
September 26, 2007, 1:46 am
Filed under: Architecture, Travel

Aeon Flux is a film from 2005 that depicted a future civilization and along with it some rocket-hot modernism. The film, directed by Karyn Kusama and starring Charlize Theron, does an excellent job showing off some spectacular pieces of architecture in Berlin. For you architects that haven’t seen it – go rent it. Here is the quick tour:

Wind Canal

WindkanalWind Tunnel, 1932

Bauhaus Archiv

Bauhaus Archiv Museum for Design: Walter Gropius, 1979

House of Culture

House of World Culture: Hugh Stubbins, 1957

Krematorium_01

Krematorium_02

Krematorium Baumschulenweg: Axel Schultes and Charlotte Frank, 1999

Tierheim

Tierheim Animal Shelter: Dietrich Banger, 2001

Mexican Embassy

Mexican Embassy: Teodoro González de León, 2000

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