Tue, April 17, 2012

EYE Film Institute // Delugan Meissl Associated Architects


The design and the urban implementation of EYE are based on the superposition of two creative disciplines, film and architecture, both dealing with reality, fiction, illusion and real experience.

The building is conceived as a highly tense and dynamic geometric solid. The light is reflected in multiple ways by smooth, crystalline surfaces, thus subjecting the building’s appearance to permanent optical changes during the course of the day. Movement and light manifest themselves clearly as essential parameters for the film as a medium in the architectural production.

The museum building reacts to its surroundings and to the distinctive neighboring Oeverhoeks tower in a formal and atmospheric symbiosis. Existing and new buildings generate a balanced urban ensemble, creating an integral part of the overall urban concept and an architectural focus of high utilisation and abidance quality.

Photos by Iwan Baan, ppuk Flickr, Popcorn Culture Blog’s Flickr, Sklaren Flickr
Via Delugan Meissl Associated Architects








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