Marco Giammetta


RS production


Budapest, Ungary

In the small town of Csomor near Budapest, a complex project was undertaken that included a pool as one of its features. The space was specifically designed to be utilized as a movie set, taking into consideration its exposure, position, and orientation. The unique shapes and varying floor levels seamlessly blend with the surrounding natural environment, providing a diverse range of shooting angles. The points of perspective merge with those captured in photographs, and the open spaces allow for effortless handling of cinematographic equipment. The architecture itself becomes an element that the camera can play with. A trampoline/sculpture made of reinforced concrete and crystal rises on one side of the pool, as a consequence of the floor movements. The result is a high and neat monolith: a striking sign of an architecture aimed towards the future.

For a private pool project in Budapest