In October 2014, the Henning Larsen Foundation launched an international competition on architecture and film. The aim of the competition is to revitalize the use of architecture on film and foster new inspiration to architects and film professionals.
On Henning Larsen’s birthday, August 20th, the names of the three winners were announced. The competition garnered 118 entries from 23 countries.
Cole Phoenix Skaggs, architecture student at Cornell University in New York, USA, won first place with the film 78 Hours. According to the judging committee Cole has been able “to create an entity of cinematic space and architectural space.”