Upscale home design show presents complex architectural effects ("FX") often involving mechanical moving components...and always challenging to fabricate and install. Homeowners, architects, designer/builders, engineers, subcontractors are the CO-STARS and supporting characters in HOMEFX. The STAR of each episode is the FX: over-the-top projects transforming a HOME into a unique, dazzling showcase of high-end design innovation.
In an un-hosted 1/2 HR, HOMEFX uses documentary style narrative: ON CAMERAS and ENTERTAINING CINEMATIC SEQUENCES tell each FX story.
“God is in the details” – Ludwig Mies van der Rohe
“The drama is in the detailed interaction between our characters, as these amazing projects come to life” – Producers Michael Kerr and Karl Lautman
OTHER HOMEFX - COMING SOON...
A river runs through it: in a Seattle mansion, a natural river under glass flows beneath a living room floor...
In Hawaii a MBDRM bed moves on hidden floor tracks, cantilevers out over a waterfall...
a 2 ton glass wall elevates to turn an exterior pool deck into a party room; so LA!
...Available Summer '16
Writer/Producer Michael Kerr’s career began early, writing on Emmy winning series (HILL STREET BLUES, MIAMI VICE, and thirtysomething), as well as independent films. Establishing The Michael Kerr Company under a TV development/production deal at Fox, his work continued as a script doctor on feature films, including ACADEMY AWARD winner “THE READER” & “THE SOLOIST.” Over the past 15 years Michael has expanded into documentaries and reality TV, creating and producing many shows for cable and syndication including MARLBORO DAYS IN PRAGUE, the home design show RENOVATION NATION (BRAVO), CANNES: CINEMA & 9/11, and MADE IN CHINA. He was nominated for an Emmy for “THE MEN’S ROOM” (Lifetime). Michael’s passion for design is also fueled by designing/building houses and his hobby as a furniture maker.
Producer Karl Lautman comes to reality television production after a successful, 20+ year career in the technology industry. As a marketing consultant, he performed strategic assignments for such well-known companies as Oracle, Motorola, and AutoDesk, as well as many startups. Since 2001, Karl has pursued a similarly successful career as a sculptor, focusing on kinetic, electromechanical, computer-controlled pieces. His work has been shown domestically and internationally, and can be found in private, public, and corporate collections. With a background in technology and fine art, and hands-on experience with both traditional and state-of-the-art manufacturing techniques, Karl can illuminate even the most arcane architectural details, practically and aesthetically.
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