A recently completed concrete house in São Paulo is depicted as a luxury home from the 1950s in the latest architecture film by Brazilian architect Marcio Kogan.
Kogan, founder of São Paulo office Studio MK27, worked with film producer Lea van Steen to produce the movie, which is entitled Modern Living and based on a Bauhaus film by the late architect Richard Paulick.
The movie centres around Casa P, a concrete family house comprising rectilinear blocks that appear to be stacked on top of one another at perpendicular angles.
As a founder of Holzrausch, Tobias Petri knows how to combine craftmanship and modern design. We visited Tobias and his family in their home right in the heart of Munich and had lunch in their newly built, light-flooded patio where passers by can take a curious peek inside.