Olive Residence and Casa Paraíso are two housing concepts that take you to an unknown world. They are the result of a collaboration between Studio Kage, a company specialised in making high-quality renders, and Channel Bēju.
Besides making renders for clients, Studio Kage experiments with original concepts. For the following projects, they joined forces with Channel Bēju, an instagram page that posts inspirational photos of interiors, architecture and streetwear. Channel Bēju created the design and Studio Kage made the visualisations.
The goal of the project was to design two dream locations. Locations that appeal to your direct imagination through their composition and design. Not only were the homes to be beautiful, they also had to appeal to the adventurers and travellers of the world. That is why the images contain a great sense of longing for unknown places. In the current state of the world we can't travel (far), so the studio attaches a lot of importance to that holiday feeling we have to miss.
Studio Kage seems to capture the holiday atmosphere in the form of a dwelling and release it in your own mind.
Olive Residence is inspired by Greek holiday homes and their surroundings. The name comes from the olive trees that surround the unreal dwelling. Natural colours and elegant, geometric shapes are used in the renders. The whole project is very minimalistic which makes the images relaxing to look at. Casa Paraíso, on the other hand, is inspired by Spanish holiday homes and architecture. The walls of the house on a summer beach are white and the domain is surrounded by cacti. This creates a beautiful contrast between the wild environment and the controlled, stern architecture.
The renders of Studio Kage make you dream of a simpler life. Where you can hear the waves of the sea sloshing and the sun shining on your face. Studio Kage seems to capture the holiday atmosphere in the form of a dwelling and release it in your own mind. With Olive Residence and Casa Paraíso you can still have a bit of a holiday this year.
images courtesy of Studio Kage