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When you grow up with the idea that building is an art, every time you seem to witness a miracle.
This is the case for Renzo Piano, one of the most famous Italian architects in the world, author of the Center Pompidou in Paris, the Auditorium Parco della Musica in Rome and the buildings of the New York Times.
To tell this genius of architecture is a genius of the cinema, Carlos Saura, who follows Plan in the design of the Botín Center in Santander, Spain. The story soon becomes a reflection on the creative process.
To understand that art, be it cinema or architecture, is not a predictable act. It is often a bit like looking in the dark: before understanding what will happen, we need to give ourselves time to adapt.