Emigholz’s rigorous, patient, revealing films on architecture concern themselves with describing, in cinematic terms, a variety of encounters between constructed and natural environments. In the early ’90s, he began producing a series of films that “[look] at architectural spaces that [he believes] have been sorely neglected by ‘architectural history.’” Here, in films contemplating the work of flamboyant Kansan Bruce Goff, Italian pioneer of reinforced concrete Pier Luigi Nervi, Uruguayan modernist Eladio Dieste, and others, take a tour of revolutionary 20th-century architecture, engineering, and urban planning, with Emigholz as the keen-eyed guide who searches out the poetry in every nook and cranny.