Imbued with provocative ruminations, this growing collection of films for the 32BNY project establishes an organized online archive featuring the future of architectural discourse.

32BNY already challenges architecture, but by its very nature, the online relaunch of this project will push its own intentions even further by questioning the process and primary methods that are used to talk about architecture.

Cinematic architectural discourse is an intriguing form of published expression, because succinct, highly-focused musings are easily digestible and can inspire further reflection on multiple levels.  And offering an inherent sense of character, these films will present an accessible yet personal allure embedded within a polemical context.