Rockwell Is The First Architect To Craft The Environment For The Academy Awards
Internationally acclaimed architect and designer David Rockwell was selected by Academy Awards producers Laurence Mark and Bill Condon to design the sets for this year’s Oscar telecast, the 81st Academy Awards ceremony, which aired February 22, 2009 at 8pm Eastern Standard Time on ABC. The first architect to design the sets, he took his creative cue from the Kodak Theatre, which he also designed, to craft an immersive environment evocative of an intimate club. Together with the producers, ...
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