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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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Immersion heater design

Immersion heater  design – a memory from the days without 24/7 drive thru coffee shops :) Probably just a design gadget and an answer to a set theme from second year design class. Personally, I’d stop at nearest petrol station and buy some coffee to go. And for camping out tourist stove is so much more versatile from retro immersion heater. Cooking on open fire’s even better :)

Poster for Jewish Culture Days

Poster for Jewish Culture Days titled “Beisele”, an event held by local culture centre. At first I did a rather colourful poster – on the basis it had to catch people’s eye from a distance. Would have loved to be able to include less text, since in my opinion it made whole a bit unreadable.

I did also a second, modern version, with text limited to bare minimum. It was in Israel’s national colours – white and blue. I sketched a light blue tree of life on darker blue background, text said something like: “Beisele. 100% kosher event”, :) web address was given below. For final version I was asked to add a lot of text in small print.

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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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Bathroom design

This gallery contains 5 photos.

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

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Water tower make over – interior design

This gallery contains 13 photos.

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

Commercial exposition stand concept

Commercial exposition stand concept for stairs merchant company. A second year projec from interior design course. On last 3 photos simplified version of same project.

Idea for this design comes from words “everything flows”. It wasn’t a set requirement or theme. I knew I wanted to come up with a project that would enable visitors to the exhibition (and possible customers too) move smoothly around stand and touch everything on display. As I said, stand was stairs company which offered their products for private homes. So much our personal design decisions about how our home would look like, depends on the sense of touch – the texture of linen, the smoothness of a polished wood.