Trends in architecture – video interview with Nathalie de Vries

The official opening of the Baltic – a new office building in Poznań, which immediately became the landmark of the capital of Wielkopolska voivodeship – was an opportunity to meet and talk with Nathalie de Vries, a unique and internationally acclaimed architect.

The video interview with Nathalie de Vries consists of two parts. In the first episode, Nathalie talks about Baltic, a new office building that was officially opened in early June in Poznan, Poland. On the example of this building, Nathalie explains what she and her colleagues at the MVRDV practice understand as a sustainable architecture.

Nathalie de Vries, director and co-founder of globally operating architecture and urban planning firm MVRDV. Nathalie personally managed the project of Baltic office building in Poznan.

In addition, in the first video Nathalie reveals what she is particularly happy about Baltic, as well as what she would like to redesigned in it. At the end of this part of the interview, the famous architect reveals what her biggest professional dream is.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cd_JnOQKXyE

In the second part of the interview, Nathalie de Vries answers questions about architectural trends that we can find in different parts of the world: buildings richly covered with plants and high building built of timber. In conclusion, Nathalie recommends her favorite magazine about trends in architecture.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h8Ys2FTmeJ0

 

Pictures and videos: TrendNomad.com.

 

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