Movie by Pedro Kok: VitraHaus
by Herzog & de Meuron


VitraHaus by Herzog & de Meuron filmed by Pedro Kok

Here's a movie of the VitraHaus by Herzog & de Meuron in Weil am Rhein, Germany, shot by Brazilian photographer Pedro Kok.

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Posted on Thursday June 17th 2010 at 9:00 pm by . Copyright policy | Comments policy

  • edward

    The volumes remind me of monopoly houses but the interiors are great.Super quality video!

  • Edwin Dekker

    Don’t like the video, it misses out on too many interesting views from the exteriour and the interiour.

  • barnwell

    Love the fact that it’s not just about forms, but also the quality of space is really well-crafted and designed. congratulations again to HdM!! My all-time favourites.

  • Always love h&dm

  • I like it, simple volumes combined to original disposition

  • We love these films. Keep them coming. The compositions are breath-taking and beautiful. This film really hits it at 1:16+ when you can see how the forms (and people)cross over each other. Perfect.

  • avianti armand

    It is so similar with Sou Fujimoto apartment design! He, too, stacked the house in this similar way! Who copied who?

  • mimdy

    how can they be so fucking great guys!!

  • Gabe

    really ludic

  • Lei Ning

    h de m are getting more and more a firm that delivers marketing images for global companys in form of buildings. this has little to do with architecture, except for huge cantilivers, the spaces are very usual and boring.
    their time as interesting architects is certainly over!