The American Institute of Architects (AIA) recently invited filmmakers and architects to create short films to inspire people to “look up” to appreciate architecture and the way in which it shapes our everyday lives. The Look Up Film Challenge, is the first competition of its kind, with the finalists announced in Chicago on October 3, 2015. The public were invited to vote on their favorite entry, with the People’s Choice awarded in November to this film, “Mixed Plate Hawaii” by Kaoru Lovett, Graham Hart, and Ronald Ribao. Their film explores the diversity of Hawaii’s architectural design and was also awarded Third Place and the Diversity and Inclusion award. You can view the other finalists here.
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