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Hi, I am Conrad Newel,
Instead of using this post to talk about how being a creative original will lead you to architectural fame, I will simply show you.
I would like to also ask you to take a moment to join me in supporting a fellow architect.
The pace of genuinely interesting developments that have positively influenced our profession has hurt a lot of our starchitects. Starchitects who have had no choice than to turn to extra-ordinary means to remain relevant. However, they can only do so much.
That’s why I am asking you to reach into your pockets right now and lend a hand. In the coming years, Kickstarter will be launching a series of projects to help a lot of attention needy starchitects to remain in the spot lights.
There are only three days left for you to help fund the most highly-anticipated documentary film about the legendary Rem Koolhaas: REM - Directed by the architect’s son, Tomas Koolhaas. Please go to the kickstarter website and give generously!
Now, I know what you are thinking:
Rem is already famous, he and his works are on the covers and insides of most architectural magazines, he is already relevant in the architecture world, and I have already bought a number of books and magazines about him.
...and I know you did!
But even though you have supported him in the past, give some more!... it will make you feel smart!
The film takes a little from Bjarke Ingels Group's earlier film My Playground, by using parkour as a narrative element. What’s not cool about people jumping around in your building? This is how it is used 0.0001% during the building's lifespan, but so what? It’s really cool.
Hey! Louis Kahn's son made a film about his famous father My Architect, why wait till you are dead? What kind of stupid rule is that? Have your son make a film about you now! That's soo cool! Why not take a little from Natheniel Kahn as well?
Taking these two ideas and mixing them together is what originality is about!
My Playground + My Architect = Your Original film
NOTES ON BECOMING A FAMOUS ARCHITECT
Liberating Minds Since August 2007