The Lebanese studio K.frame presents, once more, a warm interior with a Mediterranean feel. After the project Constanza, a visualised holiday home, it is Potrezzo’s turn, the interior of an artisan pottery maker. K.frame is a small agency that makes realistic visualisations of architecture, furniture and interiors. Each project benefits from a personalised approach.
Potrezzo is designed by Roy Ghaya, senior 3D artist at K.frame. The interior is characterised by a romantic atmosphere inspired by traditional homes in the south of Europe. The spaces radiate pure warmth due to the neutral colour palette. Roy Ghaya uses natural materials such as a natural and rough stone floor, a terracotta chimney and wooden furniture.
The visualisations answer a question or fulfil a task.
K.frame is a studio that regularly makes visualisations from a story or narrative to give depth to the images. As a result the visualisations answer a question or fulfil a task. Roy Ghaya describes his narrative for Potrezzo as follows: ‘The last days of Summer illuminate the artist’s room, where pottery vases and art are crafted in the delicates of ways.’
Potrezzo possesses a harmonious balance between organic and mathematical forms. The perfect arched passage and the round skylight contrast with the organic chimney and the ceramics. The architecture of the space makes the handmade elements of the story stand out.
Images courtesy of Roy Ghaya