In their series of film nights, The American Institute of Architects, Central Valley chapter presents Concrete Love, a fascinating portrait of the Böhm family and the complexities of love, concrete, and architecture.
The German film follows the daily routine of 93-year old architect Gottfried Böhm, documenting interactions with his family (and colleagues) and the inspiration for his work. It delves into the lifelong fervor Böhm has developed for design, family, and life.
Refreshments courtesy of Clark Pacific. A discussion will follow the film.