Aesthetics, functionality and sustainability are state of the art requirements to the architecture. But how did past times built? Which requirements had to be fullfilt in bygone times? And what was the state with sustainable building which is so important to us today? Looking back to the medieval period can give us the answers. The films may be used by high schools and colleges.
"Our daily lives are defined to a certain extent by the architecture that surrounds us every day. Architecture creates the necessary framework in which we act. Without architecture human society would not be conceivable." That's how art historian Jürgen Tietz describes the significance that he believes architecture has for society. The film provides a philosophical view about architecture.Language: English Runtime: 3 minutes Release date: December 1, 2012
A short film about medieval building and housing on the land and in the town. The film may be used by high schools and colleges. People of the Middle Ages used for building ressources that they found nearby. This was in Middle-, Eastern- and North-Europe especially wood. The film may be used by high schools and colleges.Language: English Runtime: 12 minutes Release date: November 30, 2012
In the early Middle Ages the Carolingian rulers had impressive buildings erected, combining Roman and Germanic elements in style. Discover the most sophisticated buildings - erected in the medieval era. The film may be used by high schools and colleges.Language: English Runtime: 8 minutes Release date: November 30, 2012