Architecture & Design Film Festival 2022 Makes its Return to New York

From September 28, 2022, through October 2, 2022, the Architecture & Design Film Festival (ADFF) returns to New York for its 14th edition. The ADFF: NY event will showcase a diverse range of films from over eleven countries, including seven US premieres. Additionally, ADFF will present the world premiere of Robin Hood Gardens – a German documentary on preservation challenges. 

A curated selection of films investigates design’s impact on the worlds of fashion, real estate, art, architecture, urban planning, housing, and more. To view a list of the films included at ADFF please visit:

Kicking off the Opening Night of the Festival is Fashion Reimagined, a documentary that explores Mother of Pearl designer Amy Powney’s trajectory as she sets out to create an ethical and sustainable collection. Further highlights include inspiring stories about Danish design pioneer Grethe Meyer, legendary Dutch architect of MVRDV Architects Winy Maas, and Finnish artist as well as one of the first Marimekko designers – Maija Isola.

Many of the films will be introduced by special guests or speakers and followed by engaging Q&As with the filmmakers or film subjects. To view a list of the speakers please visit:

Ticket prices are listed below and a detailed programming lineup is available on

Architecture & Design Film Festival Tickets 

  • $16 General Admission
  • $12 Student

Architecture & Design Film Festival Ticket Packages

  • $65 Fistful (5 Tickets)
  • $130 Bakers Dozen (13 Tickets)

When & Where:

  • September 28th 7:30 PM: Opening Night at SVA Theatre (333 W 23rd St, New York, NY 10011)
  • September 29th – October 2nd: Film screenings at Cinépolis Chelsea (260 W 23rd Street, New York, NY 10011)

To view the full ADFF schedule please visit:

About Architecture & Design Film Festival

The Architecture & Design Film Festival (ADFF) is America’s largest film devoted to the creative spirit of architecture and design. Their curated films and panel discussions provide unique perspectives about the process behind architectural, graphic, and product design, urban and environmental issues, architectural photography, historic preservation, and much more. Their goal is to identify films with impassioned, human stories that appeal to a sophisticated design audience and those with a general interest in architecture and design. To learn more please visit:


Source: ADFF