3 by Terry (2023)
A series of short films | Director: Taleisin Black-Brown | Producer: Ben Cowan
About 3 By Terry
3 By Terry is a captivating series of short films that pays homage to the extraordinary legacy of Roland Terry (June 2nd, 1917 - June 8th, 2006), a man celebrated as the "Father of Pacific Northwest Architecture." Each film within this series delves into the profound influence and enduring legacy of Terry, showcasing his unique design philosophy and his ability to seamlessly integrate architecture with its natural surroundings.
Roland Terry's architectural creations were more than just buildings; they were vibrant extensions of the surrounding landscape. His designs possessed an innate sense of harmony, combining the functionality of modern architecture with an organic aesthetic that embraced and celebrated the beauty of the Pacific Northwest region. Terry's work embodied a deep respect for nature, and he believed that architectural structures should coexist with their surroundings and enhance and complement them.
Through the lens of these three captivating short films, 3 By Terry encapsulates the life, vision, and unparalleled talent of Roland Terry, the Father of Pacific Northwest Architecture. The series serves as a celebration of his remarkable achievements and a source of inspiration for those who seek to harmonize the built environment with the natural world. Terry's legacy lives on, reminding us of the transformative power of architecture when it is conceived with reverence for nature, blending seamlessly into its surroundings, and fostering a sense of unity between humanity and the environment.
The third in the series is coming soon...