A sensitive, cinematic portrait by Mauritius Staerkle Drux of a family of architects: The Pritzker Prize winner Gottfried Böhm has learned his trade with his father. His sons, Stephen, Peter and Paul were architects. Even at the age of 94 years Gottfried Böhm is still working every day on construction projects. When Elizabeth – also an architect, wife, mother and main inspiration – dies, the family looses its emotional center. Gottfried Böhm embarks on a journey to the most important stations and buildings of his life.
02:11 min, german, via Youtube