You can achieve a lot with just a few colours, if you know how to combine them in the right way and with the suitable materials. Victoria Sreda's visualisations do exactly that, as they bring a pure softness that immediately catches the eye. The project we show here fits perfectly into her design vision and has everything you look for in an interior.
We recently showed a beautiful project from CGI artist Victoria Sreda that fully represents her style, which can best be summed up as modern minimalism. In her portfolio, we find mostly natural colours and organic shapes, often inspired by Japanese and Scandinavian design. Her realistic visualisations give a good idea of the vision the designer has in mind. Besides a calm palette of colours and materials, she attaches great importance to the connection between an interior and its surroundings, which is expressed in large windows with beautiful views.
The smoothed corners of the walls and the warm tone of the wood add softness and calmness
This project had three main objectives: comfort, functionality, and minimalism. Therefore, the interior of this home was designed with a strong focus on natural materials and a light but warm colour scheme. Sreda wanted to simplify the look of the interior, or as architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe once said, ‘less is more’. It is a design vision the designer clearly shares and applied in this home. For instance, many hidden storage spaces were provided, ensuring as little visual distraction as possible. Finally, it was important to add a sense of softness and calmness to the space, which was expressed through the smoothed corners of the walls and the warm tone of the wood. The furniture in the project was determined in line with the design of the property. Light upholstery was chosen with an addition of warm wood. The designer is a big fan of furniture by the Japanese brand Karimoku, which was also used in this residence. A final defining feature of this project is the large number of windows, giving the interior a warm and light atmosphere, filled with natural light in every room. We immediately fell in love with these visualisations, and it is not hard to see why. If you are looking for an interior where calmness prevails, then Victoria Sreda’s projects will offer you a lot of inspiration!
Visualisations by Victoria Sreda