Tag Archives: architecture and interior design

Architectural visualisations for Praktiker brand

This post contains a gallery & summary of my 3d visualizations for Praktiker brand. All of them are based on renders of 3d models sculpted from photos.

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Concept design for law office

This gallery contains 7 photos.

Concept design for law office – various versions.

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1960 flat make-over

This gallery contains 7 photos.

Theme for this flat’s concept design is “Modern make-over”. I took measurements  from a 1960′ apartment house – talked neighbours into letting me in with a measuring tape. They joked that if there’s a break-in they’ll know who provided thief … Continue reading

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House for architect and family

This gallery contains 8 photos.

I’ve made this as my BA graduation project. In our “century of loneliness”, different age groups often choose to or happen to live separately. We have large living rooms with nuclear type  of family (2+1) to occupy them. This drawings … Continue reading

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Bathroom design

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Various bathroom designs. All of them include technical drawings, cross-sections and shopping list of products and building materials.

Coffe shop & TV pub for football fans

Concept design for a place where sports fans could meet with their friends, watch sports, say football game and generally have good time. Inspiration comes from one moment when with a couple friends I fruitlessly tried to find a place in my town where we could watch football transmission. It’s not that coffee shops & pubs were devoid of TVs :) rather TV’s visibility was an issue :) So I doodled a design for sports fans – with big screens and comfy sofas.

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Water tower make over – interior design

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Concept for remaking old (XIX century) water tower into private home. I made this as my graduation project. While making this, originally I was thinking about turning abandoned water tower into small-business-ready space. Although tower was in an out-of-the-way and … Continue reading