Director Gary Hustwit is completing his design film trilogy with Urbanized. What design story do you think should be immortalised on film?

Harry Beck’s long and fraught relationship with London Underground is surely film-worthy, with LU playing Pope Julius II to Harry’s Michelangelo in a very British take on The Agony And The Ecstasy. Or else if more thrills and spills are needed, how about the story of the Spitfire’s journey from drawing board to runway? It’s got everything: single-minded obsession, comic relief (RJ Mitchell’s unsuccessful first design was called The Shrew) and, of course, a spectacular finalé…
Paul Pensom, Art director, Creative Review

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