Who does not like mornings with hot, aromatic, brewed coffee? This project was carried out while enjoying this moment, tasting the taste and aroma of freshly ground and brewed coffee beans. It is a modern style, materials from which it was built is stone and wood. This is an original connection. The surroundings placed around this architecture in one of the pictures are presented in the morning weather. Sunlight falls on the ground and the window reflects the surroundings. The second weather is rainy. The sky is overcast and there are drops of rain on the glass. Around the architecture there is a lot of free space, this is due to the order to obtain the effect of minimalism.
The design shows the interior of the office, among the forest in the fog. An important advantage of this interior is simplicity, lightness and spatial openness. The only certain thing is change. The combination of sophisticated design and aesthetics gives us a feeling of comfort. What space do we really need to contain our thoughts? Sometimes just a few sheets in a notebook, another time you need an entire folder with files… Meanwhile, fertile minds need even hundreds of cubic meters, in which ideas can move freely without encountering any obstacles. Guided by the proportions, lighting, surroundings, and texture of the landscape, we create compositions that are perfectly fine.
That’s what I was trying to create in this project.
Born from a simple idea of two art directors who share a love a typography, art in general. We try to synthesize an entire art or an artist in particular that has really left an important mark of history.
Kitchenette Interior visualization
The inspiration was a photo I found on Pinterest and I liked the simple design and material (stucco lustro or stucco veneziano, the grey wood). I also loved the lightning the indirect lights and the illumination by the natural light and the downlights.
We all do a personal project now and then. Some even struggle with doing one, but Mariusz Becker took it upon himself to do one per day for 13 months! You ask why? I let him answer in this case study which will have a following technical article with your help as well (see this at the end of this article).
Making of a recently completed set of images for a private villa designed by mw|works. Situated in a breathtaking environment, this was a challenging but very exciting project to take on and here we describe our process with Cinema 4D and V-Ray as our main tools of the trade.