X-mas with Rem Koolhaas:Special streaming Point of Origin - AFFR
9–13 Oct 2024
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Only between Friday 22 December 20223 en Sunday 7 January 2024

X-mas with Rem Koolhaas:
Special streaming Point of Origin

Did you miss Point of Origin - Building a House in Austria during this year's AFFR? Then this is your chance to (re)see Frans Parthesius' documentary about the building process of a holiday home in Zell am See, Austria, designed by none other than Rem Koolhaas. Because this Christmas, Archined and AFFR are organising a special online streaming of the fastest-selling film ever at the festival!

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About the film:

An international tech entrepreneur with a fondness for architecture asks Rem Koolhaas to build a house on an impossibly small piece of mountainside in Zell am See in Austria. The architect of the celebrated book S,M,L,XL seizes the challenge: how to draw light into a house less than four metres wide that is mostly underground? Photographer and filmmaker Frans Parthesius followed the building process and offers insight into Koolhaas’s way of working and the special relationship with his client.

Point of Origin – Building a House in Austria is available for streaming on Vimeo for €3,50, only from 22 December until 7 January. 

Preview? watch the trailer here:

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With special thanks to Archined and Frans Parthesius/Phosfor

X-mas with Rem Koolhaas

Point of Origin – Building a House in Austria is available for streaming on Vimeo for €3,50 from 22 December until 7 January. 
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film • city • architecture 9 - 13 Oct. 2024