gonzales creates moving family portrait for DMOA architects house
 
gonzales creates moving family portrait for DMOA architects house gonzales creates moving family portrait for DMOA architects house
jun 02, 2014

gonzales creates moving family portrait for DMOA architects house

gonzales creates moving family portrait for DMOA architects house
all images courtesy of DMOA

 

 

 

 

the mixedmedia visual arts studio gonzales has made a short movie of ‘house karla en koen’ for belgian firm DMOA architects of leuven. it is a family portrait framed in their own home. the video integrates the concept of architecture, interior and landscape designed by DMOA. much attention went to the creation of the right atmosphere for the inhabitants. during the realization process, the relation between the architect and the resident family has grown intensely. this personal connection had to radiate from the movie. gonzales has translates the interactions between building and occupant with a surreal touch. WATCH it below.

gonzales DMOA architecten house karla en koen designboom
the facade

 

 

house Karla and Koen from DMOA architecten on Vimeo

gonzales DMOA architecten house karla en koen designboom
the pool


the terrace


the distributor

gonzales DMOA architecten house karla en koen designboom
kitchen with views to the garden

gonzales DMOA architecten house karla en koen designboom
the living room


inside / outside


double height terrace

gonzales DMOA architecten house karla en koen designboom
hanging lamps


under the stairs


street facade

 

 

 

 

project info:

 

project title: house karla en koen
architects: dmoa architecten
collaborators: benjamin denef, matthias mattelaer
localization: belgium
site area: 1440 m2
floor area: 460 m2
terrace area : 125 m2
photo credits: griet dekoninck
video credits: gonzales mixedmedia agency

 

 

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