Fjordseeing shelter in Norway

Full project on Behance:

People discovered fire. Fire keeps us safe and warm. Fire helped people to gather into groups, created families and later – countries. It is the origin of modern life. Thanks to fire, communities left caves and became mobile, having more opportunities to discover the world.

Our fjordseeing shelter opens the possibility to enjoy the beauty of Norwegian fjords 24 hours a day. It allows visitors to appreciate outstanding views under any weather conditions and have rest after the exhausting journey.

The shape of the building emerged from the environment of beautiful Scandinavian land, harsh weather and a hearth aimed to handle these circumstances. It is designed to cause minimal interventions to the natural landscapes, carefully merging humanmade and nature-made forms. Inside, one can find all needed supplies for survival and enjoy 360° view.


Some uplifting moods for starting this year.
We are long time fans of SLA attention to detail and how they craft these urban landscapes. For one reason or another their projects always end up as a pictoresque and inviting representation of life.
This is an image we made time ago for their vision of the new Svenborg Harbour front.
Have a nice week you all.

Mid-Century Modern Home Office

This is a personal project I created to after seeing an image on Pinterest that I really liked. The desk and shelf were modeled by me, and they are from West Elm. I wanted to create a nice moody image with nice details for some closeup shots.

The scene was rendered in Fstorm, which is far and away my render engine of choice now. It’s lit with a single HDRI from CG-source. I used CameraRaw in PSD for some slight noise reduction and to remove some green tones from the wall, all other tonemapping is done through Fstorm.

Hope you enjoy!