After having posted BIG's interviews, I continue to explore Studio Banana TV's website and found these four videos featuring Julien de Smedt by the same Madrid-based Brijuni Arquitectos which are not surprising.
In these videos, Julien de Smedt talks on various topics such as the presentation of his agency (for those who do not know JDS Architects yet, this is an opportunity to discover this agency), the characteristics of JDS Architects and their tower for Shenzhen, and China, Middle East, etc.
The videos are available on Madrid-based Studio Banana TV who collaborated with Brijuni Arquitectos.
JDS interviewed by Brijuni Arquitectos in CPH. from brijuni arquitectos on Vimeo.
Julien de Smedt, pragmatic and optimistic rather than polemic from brijuni arquitectos on Vimeo.
A tower for Shenzhen city by JDS. from brijuni arquitectos on Vimeo.
JDS Middle East, China,... from brijuni arquitectos on Vimeo.
Who are Brijuni Arquitectos
After five years working in different offices in Madrid and Rotterdam, Brijuni Arquitectos found their own space. They have called it Brijuni and herein they experience and research all sides or architect trying to find out every time what materials, sources, strategies shall be taken into account, since different points of view but with the same common denominator: respect for nature and environment.
Brijuni Arquitectos are Francisco Javier Casas Cobo and Beatriz Villanueva Cajide.
Who are Studio Banana TV
Madrid-based Studio Banana TV is an on-line platform dedicated to the promotion of multidisciplinary creativity in an audiovisual format. Studio Banana TV broadcasts its own video productions which are produced upon demand and which range from interviews to notorious artists, designers, architects, musicians etc. to documentaries on exhibitions, projects and studios. Through its thematic channels it also features a rich selection of videos edited by specialists in each field.
Videos all courtesy © Brijuni Arquitectos and © Studio Banana TV
The three videos originally appeared on Studio Banana TV.
The fourth one originally appeared on vimeo.