Kirk, I very much agree with you. With video, I'm taking baby steps into learning. There are many more variables to take care of, and I prefer to get one thing right at a time, than to try out many things at once and probably get nothing right. There were two shots with camera panning, but I wasn't comfortable with putting these in. I can see where a glide track, a fluid head for smooth camera movement, or even actors and assistants would help, but these come later. As this wasn't commissioned work, I didn't have authorization for stills and video inside de pavilion and I had to shoot everything from the outside. This was a big letdown, but it's better than having nothing at all. If you are interested in this project, here's a link
with plans and some internal shots.
A very close reference is the series "Architectures" for the french TV5, such as this
episode on Alvaro Siza's Architecture School in Porto, or this
one on Daniel Libeskind's Jewish Museum in Berlin. A distant reference is Godfrey Reggio's Koyaanisqatsi movie, but my clip has little of it.
Either way, I appreciated your comments. This forum is a good harbor for architectural photographers.