The Architecture of Cinematic Spaces

The Architecture of Cinematic Spaces

by Interiors

Mehruss Jon Ahi, Armen Karaoghlanian


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The Architecture of Cinematic Spaces by Interiors is a graphic exploration of architectural spaces in cinema that provides a new perspective on the relationship between architecture and film. Combining critical essays with original architectural floor plan drawings, the book discusses production design in key films from the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, including The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, Rope, Le mépris, Playtime, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Home Alone, Panic Room, A Single Man, Her and Columbus. Each chapter is accompanied by an original floor plan of a key scene, bridging the gap between film criticism and architectural practice. The book, written by the editors of the critically acclaimed online journal Interiors, will appeal to both film and architecture communities, and everyone in between. A must-read for fans and scholars alike, this volume prompts us to reconsider the spaces our favourite characters occupy and to listen to the stories those spaces can tell. 


Mehruss Jon Ahi:

Mehruss Jon Ahi is the architectural designer and vice president of MBI Homes & Design Groups. He is planning commissioner for the City of Los Altos, as well as the co-founder and creative director of the online publication, Interiors


Armen Karaoghlanian is co-founder and editor-in-chief of the critically acclaimed online publication Interiors, and is an adjunct professor at Woodbury University.