The Visuals illustrates our competition entry for a Chapel in Ruwanda, Africa.

Within the dense forest of conifers, a lonely narrow gap reveals a tiny section of blue sky, at the very limit of the hilltop.
There, in that forgotten space sits the new chapel, looking towards the rising sun of the east, and facing only the unique landscape.
The chapel illustrates a protected space, a sanctuary of nature, sacred, enchanted with trees, plants and ivies.


The project was developed for the ground floor of a hotel located in one of the Barcelona districts. The hotel area is surrounded by plants and has its own garden, which creates a cozy and tropical atmosphere.

The interior consists of modern and classical elements of furniture and decor made of very simple materials such as concrete, wood and various metals. Space is multifunctional as it provides either area for work or a relax.

So, there are no secrets here:

  • Quality HDRI
  • Tasty tone mapping
  • Custom LUTS
  • Shading

Interior style and accurate vision of the atmosphere, which is the most important aspect of any project in my opinion.


This project was made for one american client. The task was to create a cozy atmosphere of a autoclub. The project had many different types of plants.
Each plant was planted according to plan. Different lighting scenarios were used to demonstrate the house in the most favorable picture. Work on the project left the most positive impressions and useful experience for further work in architectural visualization. Enjoy watching!

Hangzhou Normal University

There is a MAKING OF this project ob the blog!

Read the MAKING-OF Hangzhou Normal University.

Our latest mission was to portrait the reborn of Century-old Hangzhou Normal University in this new campus that consists of more than a dozen colleges forming a rich puzzle. In the center of these puzzle a huge site hosts a core area complex, with several blocks and a fully open space for pedestrians. Everything is made with Cinema 4D and Corona (and a bit of Photoshop).

Futuro House

The first image of personal project that I will publish soon-later.

A Futuro house is a round, prefabricated house designed by Matti Suuronen, of which fewer than 100 were built during the late 1960s and early 1970s. The shape, reminiscent of a flying saucer, and the structure’s airplane hatch entrance has made the houses sought after by collectors.