Imagicasa regularly introduces its readers to new talent. Today, it's the turn of Alena Valyavko, a 3D artist from Russia. She visualised a house in minimalist wabi sabi style, and we didn't want to withhold the beautiful end result from you.
That the Russian Alena Valyavko does not lack talent is clear from these visualisation images. The 3D artist designed a 75 m² apartment in Moscow, which was intended for modern and laconic people, with a subtle sense of style.
Sliding walls separate the rooms.
It became a minimalist interior, complemented by some wabi sabi elements. Natural shapes and colours, mainly brown and grey tones, emphasise the identity and individual style of the home. Wood serves as one of the main materials in the project. The living room and kitchen are completely open. They turned the master bedroom into a comfortable and cosy space, which is shielded from any unnecessary noise. The house has no doors, only sliding walls that separate the rooms. Valyavko managed to create a sober but beautiful apartment, which is perfect for relaxing and unwinding.
Visualizations by Alena Valyavko