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Architecture+Design Film Festival: Five Seasons: The Gardens of Piet Oudolf

Thu, Apr 19 / 7 pm
Directed by Thomas Piper
2017, USA, 75 min

Followed by a panel discussion.

A look at the life and work of Piet Oudolf, arguably the most influential landscape designer of the last 50 years. Responsible for planting New York’s High Line and other iconic urban spaces, Oudolf is in overwhelming demand for his visionary ideas of what gardens, and particularly public space, can be, and do.

The Architecture+Design Film Festival (adff.ca) is co-presented by the Winnipeg Architecture Foundation and Cinematheque and is sponsored by Canada Council, Manitoba Association of Architects, University of Manitoba and Urban Idea.

Sponsored by Manitoba Association of Landscape Architects and HTFC Planning & Design.

Reviews

This immersive documentary gives viewers a rare and poetic look at the creative process of this revolutionary figure, including intimate discussions across all fours seasons in his own private garden.
- Wouter Aalberts, Blog
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