People age, so do buildings. This film is rooted in an anonymous residential building in Mexico City: born in 1960s, destroyed by an earthquake, abandoned, repaired and cared for. This film searches for an alternative literacy of architectural authorship that lives in the everyday life of the cohabiting residents.

Director – Daisy Ziyan Zhang

Daisy Ziyan Zhang is an observer, designer and architecture filmmaker. Through oneiric artifacts and multimedia storytelling, her work unearths the often ignored and unseen, and explores new imaginaries of the everyday. She is trained as an architect and holds a Master of Architecture degree from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.