A new year should start with some new content and new ideas. We have listened to attendees from the last years and are going to deliver a workshop to remember. For two days before the d2 Vienna 2016, Sanne Plomp and Karim Mousa of Plompmozes will offer their artistry and experience in the architectural visualization field to a lucky few attendees.
(Important Notice regarding Victor Bonafonte Morales. Due to an illness in the family, Victor will not be able to bring his magic to the d2 Workshop this year. We wish him and his family the best and hope to bring him to Vienna in the near future for a standalone workshop. Everything is prepared, we just need the date. Stay tuned!)
We have been able to secure the main Metropol Theater and expand our group by just a bit. However, Sanne and Karim would like the number to remain manageable, which will allow them to do a more intimate style of workshop. You will not have to just sit and listen but will be inspired and asked to participate.
*Registration for the workshop does not include a conference ticket. The conference ticket can be booked separately on the registration page.
Sanne Plomp recently relocated back to his homeland and now calls Amsterdam home after a four-year stint spent due north in Bergen, Norway working at famed creative studio Mir. There, he bonded with his now partner-in-crime-and-fun Karim Mousa over sci-fi references and dreams about the future. Sanne and Karim now spend most days – on their respective sides of the globe – combining art direction and multiculturalism to bring uncommon creative thinking to their architectural art direction work. On the other days, Sanne can be found indulging in excellent (vegetarian!) meals and crushing weights at the gym. The two-man team lives by the Star Trek mantra “Make it so.”
Karim Mousa’s Egyptian ethnicity led to many “descendant of the Pharaoh” jokes in the five years he lived in Bergen, Norway working for the highly regarded design studio Mir. If only his colleagues had known his true claim to fame as a former international Taekwondo champion…
Karim has lived abroad for more than a decade as he was based in Dubai for six years before Bergen, developing architectural work for global project design consultancies such as Dar Al-Handasah. Today, Karim is back on his home turf in Cairo (still kicking the martial arts sandbag) using his powers of art direction and worldly experience to bring unbuilt architecture to life via his cinematographic visual experiences.