Milano Gold Kitchen

Nothing quite purveys luxury in a kitchen like marble and we’ve used oodles of it here. Our stylists incorporated a luxurious handleless kitchen into this traditional interior, flourishes of gold in the cabinet profile and furnishings add further extravagance.
Rendered with Corona renderer in 3DSmax, composition and adjustments in Photoshop.

Mea Terra

We at FT studio were assigned to make a presentation of newly opening beach bar in Lachania area of Rhodes island.

The venue has bar, restaurant, “secret garden” for wedding events and of course a beach lounge.

Our proposal and goal was to show the project in various Mediterranean vibes.
From the typical day white-washing sunlight, through pinkish sunset colors all the way to blue-casting sky in the evening.

We tried to compromise as little as possible, so most of the assets are made by us, and materials are combination of all possible sources.

Let us know how we did, and how you find the project 🙂

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Swiss inspired bathrooms

We have been working with our client, a fashionable Swiss bathroom company, for over four years and have designed and produced hundreds of CG images for them.

The brief for this project was to capture the beauty and breathtaking landscapes associated with Switzerland and combine them with stylish, contemporary bathrooms incorporating their products. Our stylists have created some exciting interior designs with an elegant and minimal character.

Design and CGI production by our talented in house team using 3DSMax and rendered with v-ray renderer. Additional finish and compositing using Adobe Photoshop and After Effects.


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