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Forums Pre-Production Forum Cross section of apartment building wanted for shoot

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  • Bard Grape
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    We need an apartment building, which is devided in the middle and reveling the building in a cross-section.
    The architectural style of the building should ideally be european from the late 1800´s, build in concrete or bricks. Alternatively a modern building could work.
    We need to be able to track the camera between the apartments in a way that seams like we are seamlessly passing through walls, ceilings and floors, where pipes and electric wires are visible. We also have a wide shot of the building similar to the opening shot of the boat in the enclosed youtube clip.

    Please see this clip as a reference: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IENwEk7BJ7A

    Eric, which town and/or country exactly you want to shoot??


    Hilmar Most
    Member

    Hi eric,

    would locations in Germany, esp. Berlin be of interest for you…?

    A.v.d. Bottlenberg
    S.E.T. Service GmbH


    Emilyr Ash
    Member

    Hi Eric,
    is Germany possible for you? If so, I can send you login details for the restricted section of our homepage ( spotnik.tv ) to check some mood pics.
    Best regards
    Axel Deininger
    spotnik production service


    Emilyr Ash
    Member

    Hi Eric,
    is Germany possible for you? If so, I can send you login details for the restricted section of our homepage ( spotnik.tv ) to check some mood pics.
    Best regards
    Axel Deininger
    spotnik production service


    Graham Aza
    Member

    Hello Erik,

    Are you looking for city view appartments? So is the exterior view of importance? Height?
    Please check in Rotterdam, The Netherlands
    http://www.vesteda.com/en/project/new-orleans.aspx
    It’s a newly build highrise, not yet ready for sale and rental.
    Alternatives might well be available as well.
    When is your shoot planned?
    Looking forward to hearing from you.
    bas@lighthouseplaza.nl

    Bas van der Ree


    Graham Aza
    Member

    Hello Erik (again),

    I’ve also some photos available from a 1850’s building where they’ve build lofts. It’s Rotterdam – The Netherlands as well.

    Please confirm contact through previous sent e-mail address (bas@lighthouseplaza.nl)

    Thanks and Regards,
    Bas van der Ree

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