Prefabricated Houses video shoot and edit for eskill an EU funded organization. The SML House (Small, Medium, Large), a flexible, modular prefabricated house was designed and built by students from the Cardinal Herrera University, Valencia, Spain, as an entry in the Solar Decathlon.
The design entered into this year’s competition represents the “medium” design, so the students can show both how the original blocks fit together, and how the house could be expanded. In terms of sustainability, the team has looked at every aspect of materials and resources used in construction and in the expected life-cycle of the building. The team sought to minimize waste via prefabrication, utilizing sustainable materials, maximizing what can be recycled, and reducing construction time
The shoot took place in Valencia for 4 days just 5 mins walk from the Mestalla Stadium. I used a Go-Pro for the Time-lapse shots which I think worked very well. For the detailed shots and interviews I shot on my Sony PDW 350. Probably my favorite video shoot of the year. The weather was hot and sunny as you can see in the piece. The video was edited in two days. Subtitles are included for Spanish interviews.
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Neil McKinnon Video Production