Our more rough, Mediterranean and raw approach. We focus on the spirit of the rock, the texture of the dry earth, and the sun relentlessly warming the sand. The house breathes with the private water space of the pool. To alleviate the high temperature, we also added strategically placed shadows and white amphorae in the corners. Immerse yourself in the Cyclades archipelago. And in Platis Gialos, the most popular beach of Sifnos, known as golden beach.
Sunsets. Beautiful Beaches. Clear blue Sea. These are some of the many reasons why many couples choose to get married in a Greek Island. This feeling under the strong, beautiful sun in the heart of summer is exactly what we were aiming for here. Let the summer begin.
Borgogna is a hotel boutique located in Bordeaux, France. This product visualization for a luxury resort is a tribute to interior design masterpieces. Jaime Hayon, Hans J. Wegner and Sebastian Herkner turn this place into a timeless space. Borgogna is an atmosphere about shapes and colors. ‘It’s all in the details’ – Please touch with your eyes only.
An emblematic hotel in Berlin, located between Alexanderplatz and Berlin Hackescher Markt. A winning architectural competition visualization with overlapping volumes, and that provides a geometry that politely connects with its surroundings. The building’s skin breathes through the metal-patterned façades. They serve as a filter for incoming and outgoing light. At the same time, they show its impressive volumetric shape.
Quai de Valmy is a quiet, residential area. It possesses a peace that allows those who live in these buildings to live a family life. At the same time, the frenetic and glamorous center of Paris is nearby. Thus, in these high-end architectural visualizations, we included refurbished brown brick walls, fused with black-painted metal columns. We sought to unite the traditional and the modern. The homely and the industrial. And next to it, the pulsating life of the plants.
Dedicated to the child, the hill is treated like a huge board game, where the visitors can walk through the squares. Pay attention to the slides. Can you perceive the yellow curves that playfully mingle with the surroundings? Then, take a look at the grassy knolls that kids climb. While their children play, the adults have conversations under the vines. Why take adults out of the game? Socrates taught us this: isn’t dialogue just another form of play?
“There are only two places in the world where we can live happy: at home and in Paris.” – Ernest Hemingway. And he is so right. Boulevard de Sebastopol is a residential street in the coeur of Paris, close to the sophisticated neighborhood of Le Marais and Le Centre Pompidou. Agnès & Agnès Architecture had been commissioned to renovate this block of houses, built decades ago with local materials. The surroundings and the general appearance of the building had already been determined. However, we wanted to create new details that allowed us to be creative. And so we did.
Straight lines, a few curves. And, above all, home. Dubai is a very hot communication hub between different airlines that travel all over the planet. In the midst of this frenzy of movement, machines and business, we wanted Apartment in Dubai to be a peaceful place to retreat to. The seed that germinated in our minds to give birth to this architectural visualization was: “a home away from home.” We tried to stay true to that idea throughout the design.
The industrial setting with the railroad tracks and adjacent uses to the west shapes the future San Louis Park, in the Volta Nord transformation zone. At the same time, all traces of the former use on the perimeter itself have disappeared due to redevelopment and deconstruction. We were fortunate to have the help of META, landscape architects who supported us in the design.
This landscape architecture visualization reimagines the traditional student housing bar buildings. The bars bend into a necklace-like sequence around a densely planted courtyard, which resembles a forest. Student Housing grasps the core of the Cypriot culture, which is fully Mediterranean, social and communal.
Experience the Cycladic feeling. This landscape visualization was a whim with which we tried to capture the essence of Marpissa. We played with the contrast between the ocean blue and the purple jacaranda plant, and we experimented with resort aesthetics. This makes it perfect for use in hotel visualization and landscape architecture. Another of our obsessions was the cobblestone floor. Imagine what it would be like to step barefoot on those hot stones!
Simplification. Rationalization of forms. Purification of superfluous decorations. Intended as a functional piece of furniture, this table is nevertheless disguised as an object of jewelry display. This product visualization is a tribute to this interior design master piece by Christian Liaigre.
A memorable interior design visualization that we tailor-made for the lobby of an architectural firm in Calle Pinar 7 in Madrid. In Office Building, we sought to give prominence to light. But without it falling directly and abruptly on the objects. Rather, indirectly and as a caress. P.S. Join us and see the colorful parallelogram on the wall!
A suggesting work expressing the dynamic contradiction that lies at the core of Spanish culture. A modern high-end architecture visualization in the outskirts of Madrid, capital of Spain. Contemplate this house in harmony with the surrounding nature. Open spaces, expansive light and a swimming pool.
An elegant piece of architecture visualization crafted for Emirati One in Dubai. The roar of engines and futurism mingle with the cozy meeting places in Carshow. This luxurious high-end visualization and demonstration of the beauty of interior decoration will be magnetic for you.