"Creating a new home for the 110-year old Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth would demand the best from designer and builder alike. Though architect Tadao Ando had won every major international architecture prize, the new "Modern" would be his largest and most ambitious project outside Japan - and would sit next to Louis Kahn's Kimbell, a masterpiece of museum architecture.
His design, though elegant in its simplicity, proved technically challenging. For the construction team, it would require both free-thinking innovation and painstaking precision to bring the museum to life.
Filmed over 3 years in 9 cities and 3 counties, this compelling documentary captures the story of this extraordinary feat of design and construction."