The following is a series of interior visualizations recently completed in the studio which showcase the use of
digital materials crafted in the studio using our highly accurate scanning workflow.
The space is designed to be a classic corridor space with victorian accents and focuses on the contrast between the opulent brass materials and the cold grey plaster walls. Glass is also hinted at throughout the visuals by
the large and lavish chandeliers equidistant amongst each other.
Featured heavily is the Proust armchair that was designed by Alessandro Mendini and launched in 1978. It was briliantly used to furnish the Palazzo dei Diamanti (Diamond Palace), in Ferrara and it is one of the most acclaimed design pieces in the world.
Carefully chosen camera angles were set with composition rules in mind and with the purpose of
enhancing the focus placed on the product and overall frames.
Below: Digital fabric scan that was created and applied to the Proust armchairs throughout the space.
Below: Curtain vignette that is using our in-house scanned material (Left) and close-up of the rug details showing the high-res scan we have scanned for our library (Right).