A modern form combines elements of work and recreation by creating spaces suitable for demanding users. Building the premise is to meet the growing demands of the market and combine the original aesthetics with functionality in the rapidly developing Katowice.
Some pics of one of my recent concept for a custom-made staircase with large bench, a full-height bookcase with storage space aside and a new desk on the upper level that overlooks the stair.
I decided to focus on details: there are some of my favorite books/magazines on shelves and some sculptures, vases and tiny objects created by Artists that I really admire a lot. Done in SketchUp in conjunction with V-Ray and a touch of Adobe Photoshop, as usual.
Almost everything in this building was done is Railclone. I just bought it so I wanted to play with the new toy.
All the pillars, bolts, siding and the fence are RC.
I did the red bark trees which are typically from here but I still have a lot to learn on GrowFX.
The scene illumination is just a V-Ray Sun and Sky.
360 Panorama link: http://vishaven.com/#!portfolio/360apartment.html
We’ve made the 360° panorama tour of a small japanese apartment.
The Japanese style interior design aesthetic is highly tied to the idea of minimalism and negative space. In these small apartment everything has a purpose. No matter how small the area is, you never feel cluttered. Air and energy flow from one room to another so you can there just relax. Natural wood is very often used in Japanese design, combined with sunlight and warmth, light colours even such a small space feels open and order.
White Architects won the design competition with the proposal “Under one roof”.
The building creates a new silhouette in the city and a new venue that connects the different parts and qualities. A house with room for everyone: teenage girls and senior citizens, municipal employees and visitors.
Some pics of one of my latest concept for a bright attic to use as a music room, a little haven where you can relax, listen to music and, why not, play some music too! In addition to rearrange the whole attic floor, the project is composed of a “L” shaped black stained ash wood cabinet (with natural ash wood interiors) that has the dual purpose of storage space and acoustic insulation.
As always, we worked hard on the details: the entire structure was deliberately lifted from the floor in order to be able to insert a modular sofa or hassocks with a minimal amount of space. In addition, this cabinet integrates, in its central section, four wooden QRD sound diffusers hidden with retractable doors in order to obtain considerable acoustic benefits.