Movie: Brazilian architect Marcio Kogan of Studio MK27 used cinematic techniques he picked up in his early career as a movie director to film one of his latest projects through the eyes of the client's pet cat.
Toblerone House is a two-storey residence in São Paulo comprising a glazed ground floor and a timber-clad upper floor, which are separated from one another by an overhanging concrete slab.
The movie shows the cat taking a walk along the protruding edges of this slab, as well as through each of the rooms and around the garden.
Explaining the decision to film the house in this way, Studio MK27 architect Suzana Glogowski told Dezeen how the team enjoyed making a series of movies for this year's Venice Architecture Biennale to show "the day by day life of one of our houses, where the architecture is not important" and decided to make another for this house.
Studio MK47 also recently unveiled a collection of furniture made by construction workers, as part of the London Design Festival - find out more here.
Photography is by Nelson Kon.
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