Construction project

Talking heads videos for a property developer

This is one of a series of ten talking heads videos that we filmed for a residential property developer in the north west. They wanted videos for their website that would introduce potential buyers to the local area and its traders. We interviewed people from key local businesses and schools at their place of work.  We also interviewed the architect and landscape architect about the housing design. The final edit and graphics were added by the developer’s web designer, IMOSO

You’ll find the full suite of interviews with traders here, and with designers here.

Installing a green roof (video)

This short video shows how to install a DIY kit green roof on a domestic structure. We produced it for a startup, Verdico who are launching a new product, the VerdiRoof in a box. They wanted something that they could show to their new sales team to help explain how the kit works and how easy the roofs are to install.

The video features a spoken commentary on how the process works by Nigel Wraxall, one of the Directors. This is paired with images of the VerdiRoof kit and speeded up footage of three of the Directors installing a green roof for a client.

Classrooms for a London primary school (video)

This video tells the story of the classrooms built by Danzer – a modular construction company – for Charles Dickens primary school in London. It features head teacher Cassie Smith, LB Southwark architect Jeremy Peakin, and Dan Holloway of Danzer group. They talk about the background to the build, why LB Southwark chose Danzer to deliver it, the design, manufacture and installation process, and how the classrooms are working in practice.

We were commissioned to produce this video by Danzer for their website. Our aim was to introduce potential clients to Danzer and showcase Danzer’s work in an engaging way. We proposed unscripted interviews with clients and Danzer personnel, so as to give a natural and authentic account of the build from the different perspectives of those involved. We interviewed Dan Holloway (Danzer) at his home in Blackheath, and visited the school to shoot footage of the classrooms and talk to the head teacher and architect. Their interviews serve as powerful testimonials.

We provided the edited video to Danzer for their digital marketing providers Imoso to add the titles and wrapper, so as to ensure brand continuity.

A Hostel for the Homeless (video)

This video tells the story of the hostel built by Danzer – a modular construction company – for the Emmaus homeless community in Hastings.  It features Mike Edwards of Emmaus Hastings & Rother, consultant architect Bob Bogie and Dan Holloway of Danzer group. They talk about the background to the build, why Emmaus chose Danzer to deliver it, the design, manufacture and installation process, and how the hostel is working in practice.

We were commissioned to produce this video by Danzer for their website. Our aim was to introduce potential clients to Danzer and showcase Danzer’s work in an engaging way. We proposed unscripted interviews with clients and Danzer personnel, so as to give a natural and authentic account of the build from the different perspectives of those involved. We interviewed Dan Holloway (Danzer) at his home in Blackheath, and went to Hastings to shoot footage of the hostel and interview Mike Edwards and Bob Bogie (Emmaus). Their interviews serve as powerful testimonials.

We provided the edited video to Danzer for their digital marketing providers Imoso to add the titles and wrapper, so as to ensure brand continuity.

Pickwell Barn: a renovation project

Pickwell Barn: a renovation project

This is one of two short audio podcast for Annabel Brown Architect (www.annabel-brown.co.uk) about award winning renovations. They each feature Annabel telling the story of the project and the client reflecting on what it was like to live there.

We wanted to complement the photographs on Annabel’s website with voices to bring the work to life. The accounts paint a picture for potential clients of the design and construction process and give an introduction to Annabel. They also serve as testimonials.

Produced November 2012. See also podcast about The Stable.

The Stable: a renovation project

This is one of two short audio podcast for Annabel Brown Architect (www.annabel-brown.co.uk) about award winning renovations. They each feature Annabel telling the story of the project and the client reflecting on what it was like to live there.

We wanted to complement the photographs on Annabel’s website with voices to bring the work to life. The accounts paint a picture for potential clients of the design and construction process and give an introduction to Annabel. They also serve as testimonials.

Produced November 2012. See also the podcast about Pickwell Barn.