That you can put a feeling and evoke a certain atmosphere in visualisations is something Madina Abish is only too happy to prove. This was exactly her intention with these images, which show an interior where comfort and a warm aesthetic come together effortlessly. With earthy tones and soft shapes, she created a home where all the details fit together perfectly.
As an architect and teacher, Madina Abish initially wanted to focus on developing visualisations to boost her general professional skills. However, the 3D world soon attracted her, and it has since become a big part of her work and personal life. She now shares many of those projects on her Instagram page. With her images, she tries to convey a certain atmosphere and focuses on visualisations that are as realistic as possible. The interior we show here was developed for Abish’s online visualisation course. Interestingly, she had no preconceived concept for it and neither did she have a specific style that she wanted to recreate. Only the atmosphere that the residence had to radiate was fixed, namely warm, cosy, and accessible. With earthy tones, she wanted to design an interior that feels modern and trendy. Despite the colour contrasts, the aim was to give the living space a sort of softness and harmony. The round shapes of the furniture and the use of natural colours and materials certainly contributed to that.
'It has really become a relaxing space that offers a comfortable time’
When looking at these images, your attention immediately goes to the marble fireplace and the playful mirror above in the middle of the room. The sofa and armchairs are a perfect match for each other and are complemented with a ceramic table lamp by Danny Kaplan and a sculptural coffee table by La Redoute. All of this is placed against a monochromatic background of beige plaster. The large windows provide enough sunlight for the room, which enhances the textures, colours, and forms of the interior. ‘When I was developing these visualisations, I really lived in them and could feel the soul of the interior,’ Madina tells us. ‘It has really become a relaxing space that offers a comfortable time, a place for people who love communication, warmth, and comfort.’ We fully agree with that and are already looking forward to her next projects!
Visualisations by Madina Abish