The renders of Green and Grey by Anastasiia Reznichenko take you to an Italian loft where natural materials and colours predominate. The subtle use of architectural elements and the materiality of the furniture create an interesting project that is bound to hold your gaze.
Forever Stu is a Ukrainian Interior design studio by Anastasiia Reznichenko. She creates minimalistic designs in neutral colours which have most of the time a striking light element. Because of her passion for CG (computer graphics) she creates every hyper-realistic render with an eye for detail. The interiors that Anastasiia designs are aesthetic and relaxing to look at.
There is a lot of emphasis on verticality in the room.
The project that caught our attention is called Green and Grey and was designed this year by Forever Stu. The colours used by the designer are darker than we see in most contemporary minimalist spaces. As the name suggests, the main colours of the project are moss green and grey. These, like the tropical print on one of the walls, are inspired by nature. The green and grey blend seamlessly with the wood colour of the cupboards and the off-white of the ceiling. There is a lot of emphasis on verticality in the room due to the high windows, the room dividers, the cupboards with vertical seams and the rear wall in the bedroom. The latter has lines running from top to bottom as well. The walls and floor give a heavy, static impression that is made lighter by the woven folding screens. The tranquil colours and natural materials make the house feel soft and cosy. Round arches and a rounded seat are in contrast with the static Pierre Jeanneret chairs and the verticality of the room. Anastasiia Reznichenko has unmistakable talent. She knows how to enchant us with the beautiful images of Green and Grey. We are curious what the future holds for her.
Images courtesy of Forever Stu