Author Topic: Ex-Machina Architecture - Norway  (Read 5567 times)

2016-01-12, 10:08:37

tomislavn

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Even though I was quite late with seeing the movie (it came out like half year ago), I took some time yesterday evening and watched it with my wife.

Honestly, I must say that I was absolutely stunned by the architecture. Since I am not really that much into architecture nor did I study it or anything, I haven't had a clue that place existed for real in Norway (Jensen & Skodvin Architects). I did some research after seeing the movie and found out plenty of topics and pictures of it.

That place is insanely cool and mesmerizing. I simply cannot express how much did it impress me, but I will definitely take some time to do some shots that resemble it using Corona someday :)

Any of you guys had similar experiences after seeing it?

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2016-01-12, 20:21:28
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klyde

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Yeah, I'm going to watch it!

2016-01-13, 13:36:37
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I haven't seen "Ex Machina", but I have seen "The Machine" which is an older movie, and has strangely many similarities to "Ex Machina" (including the name of the main character, which is pretty ridiculous). It was a movie with low budget but nice ideas and good realization. Now I have to check out "Ex Machina" and compare. ;)

2016-01-16, 06:34:52
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klyde

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Awesome movie. I watched it because of setting but scenario was unexpectedly good too. I recommend everyone to watch it!

2016-03-26, 22:25:24
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yup i saw it some time ago, and the first thing i did after i finnish the movie was to search about the archicture too... i was impressed with it like you!

2016-03-29, 17:42:52
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You should see Le règne de la beauté

Movie isn't good, but house architecture style in Canada is pretty nice.
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2016-03-30, 09:01:43
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You should see Le règne de la beauté

Movie isn't good, but house architecture style in Canada is pretty nice.

Will check it out :) thank you!
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2016-03-30, 11:07:06
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Fritzlachatte

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I was thrilled by the architecture in that movie aswell.

You might also like the buildings of US Architect Tom Kundig. Lofty, rough and alot of nature.
He works and looks a little bit like the "MacGyver" in architecture ;-)

Would be great to see some renderings in that style.





https://de.pinterest.com/kenmueller5/kundig/

http://inspiration.ghiretticeruti.com/the-brain-by-tom-kundig-of-olson-kundig-architects-in-seattle/


2016-06-16, 11:13:31
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Heh I like the architecture too but I also like this asian girl :)
Who can be seen also in this one - If you are interested in rendering, you should see the "Making of" from this musicvideo: