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Cutting Room: “Interiors” takes classic films back to the drawing board

byAmelia Taylor-Hochberg.


Filmmaking is a labor of love that shares architecture’s compulsion: to model a stratum of life down to the most precise detail, creating entire worlds that do not (yet) exist. It seems natural then that an architect and filmmaker would combine forces to create Interiors, a journal of reconstructed sections taken from famous scenes in classic films.

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