At Imagicasa, we always appreciate beautiful visualisations, especially when they are so realistic and extraordinary as those of visualiser Ekaterina Amato. We are happy to show you more of one of her recent projects, a magnificent apartment in wabi sabi style.
The designer, based in Bishkek, Kyrgyz Republic, shares her inspiring projects on her Instagram page, that is impressive right from the very first moment. With each interior she develops, she is inspired by one specific design object, such as a table or a lamp. Based on that object, she creates a space that combines everything she loves. Because she is a big fan of a minimalistic style, every detail in her interiors matters.
Ekamato’s typical minimalistic style is maintained here by avoiding excessive decoration
For this apartment, Ekaterina Amato found inspiration in the travertine she used for the fireplace and the kitchen backsplash, and in the pendant lamp by Karimoku Case Study. The rest of the interior resulted from those two elements. The Stick & Stone Table by the Portuguese brand Dooq also caught her attention. This coffee table has an interesting design combining beautiful natural materials. The combination of all these objects immediately brings a perfect harmony to the space. The designer wanted to create a peaceful atmosphere in which you can relax. To achieve that, she combined soft, beige colours with rounded shapes. The fireplace adds a cosy touch to the living room. Ekamato’s typical minimalistic style is maintained here by avoiding excessive decoration but by making each detail matter. Moreover, the high ceilings create a feeling of openness. Finally, sufficient storage space was ensured in the kitchen. In fact, behind the travertine wall, various items can be stored. It’s these little tricks that allow you to keep the interior calm and simple yourself. These new visualisations from the Russian designer again inspire. Thanks to the design furniture and the soft colours and shapes, this is a residence in which you are brought to rest at any time of the day.
Visualisations by Ekaterina Amato