If you are looking for a documentary that will inspire, this is it! Eugene Tzzui is an architect, but no ordinary architect. He perceives modern day architecture to be designed almost against nature. The "boxes" we normally live in are not strong structures and are not reflective of anything seen in nature, so why do we build them?
Eugene's vision is to create buildings that are safe, strong, environmentally conscious, and environmentally reflective. Taking inspiration from everything from microscopic organisms to termite hills, Eugene has created some truly unique buildings.
I don't believe the architecture is really the point of the film, but more that the film is a critique of creativity, inspiration, and following your passion.
TELOS: The Fantastic World of Eugene Tssui was very fun to watch and is another Thin Line film that I cannot recommend more!