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●SHORT VIDEO● THE FOUR FACES OF THE WOMANMAN





THE FOUR FACES OF THE WOMANMAN
2004 | B&W | Animation | 16:9 | Stereo | 1 min.
Starring Javier Cánovas
Written by Javier Cánovas & Ioannes Busca
Animation by Ioannes Busca
May 2004


Short animation film to test a four frame per second animation.
I needed a kid's voice for this animation test, so Atxu Amann generously invited me to her house with her kids Javier and Josetxu. We improvised this story and many others while eating cookies and playing with Star Wars lightsabers. It was a funny afternoon.

●DVD DESIGN● DAI 1 2003 OBSESIÓN: LUZ




DVD authoring that collects moments from Atxu Amann's DAI 1 class in Architecture School of Madrid (ETSAM).
This was the first DVD I have ever designed and authored and I remember it was a big pain to discover how all this new stuff worked. Looking back at it I fell embarrassed by the design of the menus, they are ridiculously ugly.
DVD DETAILS

Publisher: Instituto Juan de Herrera (ETSAM)
Collection: Cuadernos de apoyo a la docencia (163.01)
Release date: 2004-V
Language: Spanish
Retail price: 9,90€
ISBN 13: 978-84-9728-103-4
ISBN 10: 84-9728-103-9

Available in Mairea bookstore

●SHORT VIDEO● IMO (芋) - TRAILER




IMO (芋) - TRAILER
2004 | B&W | Animation | 4:3 | Stereo | 32s
April 2004


Trailer for the animation project IMO (芋).
This project never took off. Maybe I will rescue it in the future. Imo means potato in Japanese.

●ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN● MOLLER HOUSE EXTENSION

594×420mm
Traditional and digital techniques
Ink jet printed on paper



Architectural proposal for a pavillion in Adolf Loos Moller house's backyard developed for architecture design class in Madrid Architecture School.
Memory  
From the start the project is thought not only as a pavilion for people who visit the house but a meeting point where anyone can go, stay and talk with other people. The backyard of the house is a nice space for that.  
The proposed building is basically a prefabricated metallic arch that is seven meters high in its upper part and crosses the garden from one side to the other, covering the 98 square meters of it and transforming it in a polyvalent space. The textile roof that covers the structure can be folded, opening the space to the rest of the garden. These textile walls are also used as projection screens.  
All the furniture and systems needed are provided inside four modular blocks that keep everything hidden while not in use. All these content  grows through the pavilion and is moved by the visitors themselves, who for example can take a chair, use it and return it to the block when they don't need it anymore.