On the shore of the Pacific Ocean in Chile, a young architect, who narrates this contemplative voyage, returns to the landscapes that are close to her heart. Here, she says, “where time becomes poetic,” is the land of Amereida, a poem written in Tierra del Fuego in 1967 that celebrates the new origin of America. Through this pilgrimage, she guides us in an architectural exploration to reveal a foreign territory where habitable space becomes poetic concept. A space where architecture re-creates the links between human beings and the world. A gentle voyage through the lands of Latin America.
|Director||Damien Faure, Caroline Alder|
|Author||Caroline Alder, Damien Faure|
Une poétique de l’habiter (2018) ; Le trésor d’Angoulême (2017) ; Milieu (2015) ; Espaces intercalaires (2012) ; Quand les filles flirtaient avec les Dieux (2011)
Une poétique de l’habiter (2018)