Last night, as Christopher Hawthorne reported for the LA Times, the Hammer Museum played “Koolhaas Houselife”, a comical and witty. Koolhaas Houselife is a documentary film directed by Ila Bêka and Louise Lemoine. Contents. 1 Reception; 2 Published Dvd-Books; 3 See also; 4 Notes. Said collision occurs in the film Koolhaas HouseLife which got its first UK premiere last night at the Barbican as part of their partnership with.
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This time we are not dealing with the stylised, tidy photos which are intended to introduce the observer in a refined aesthetic manner to apparently unoccupied houses. Rem Koolhaas was clearly surprised by Guadalupe’s view of the house: Koolhaas Houselife 7.
You may not know who Guadalupe Acede is, but as admitted by the architect Rem Koolhaas, she is actually the ringleader of the ideology of cleaning that collides with his ideology of architecture. Battle for the City Director Nathaniel Kahn searches to understand his father, noted architect Louis Kahn, who died bankrupt and alone in Monsieur Hulot visits the technology-driven world of his sister, brother-in-law, and nephew, but he can’t quite fit into the surroundings.
Latest stories Upcoming fairs Recent architecture projects Magazine. A documentary about legendary architect and master provocateur Rem Koolhaas. Sign in with Facebook Other Sign in options. Edit Storyline What happens to a house designed by a Starchitect? A short film Gan Eden directedy by Niklas Goldbach was also shown. The film derives its humorous scenes more from the impact which results when two worlds collide with each houselive.
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Said collision occurs in the film Koolhaas HouseLife which got its first UK premiere last night at the Barbican as part of their partnership with The Architecture Foundation. Learn more More Like This.
Admired for their creations and fascinating as individuals, they have Filmmakers Ila Beka and Louise Lemoine decided to film maison a Bordeaux, the landmark house that Koolhaas built for a man who was left confined to a wheelchair after a near-fatal car accident.
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Current user location United States. Rather than opting for a straight forward documentary to celebrate the splendour of this kooohaas layered mechanical house with moving walls and sliding floors, instead, they chose to use Guadalupe Acede, the cleaner of the house to reveal a rather different side to this architectural feat.
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Add the first question. Text by Nora Schmidt Berlin, Germany. The result was a series of architectural and technical curiosities such as, for koolhas, the elevating platform via which each of the three floors can be accessed, or the ‘joystick’, an illuminated, slightly phallic plastic lever which serves as hoouselife door opener but unfortunately gave up the ghost at the time the film was made.
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The husband-and-wife team of Charles and Ray Eames were America’s most influential koolhaqs important industrial designers. However, in spite of many amusing moments the Koolhaas Houselife documentary isn’t a parody — the film derives its humorous scenes more from the impact which results when two worlds collide with each other, a conflict which is displayed without comment.
Ila Bêka, Louise Lemoine. Koolhaas Houselife. | MoMA
I hope it all doesn’t come tumbling down one day. Still, the film manages to probe and question the concrete practicalities of the house whilst simultaneously marvelling at its grandiose mechanics. Cuba’s ambitious National Art Schools project, designed by three young artists in the wake of Castro’s Revolution, is neglected, nearly forgotten, then ultimately rediscovered as a visionary architectural masterpiece.
The “Architecture on Film” series continues at the Barbican.