Sometimes you should not look too far for the name of a design and instead let the visuals speak for themselves. That is exactly what Alexander Shevchenko did with his F&D-project. Imagicasa was immediately impressed by his ideas and presents them today to you.
Alexander Shevchenko is a twenty-seven-year-old 3D artist who lives in Russia. The path he took to get where he is today was not straightforward; he took a couple of detours. Initially, he graduated in 2012 as builder, but soon realised that he wanted to do something else in the future. Since he has a profound love for drawing, he started as an illustrator. He did this in service of other designers whose projects he provided with drawings. As the commissions went by, Shevchenko felt an ever-strengthening urge to make decisions himself instead of merely transferring them to a drawing. He taught himself the necessary and got started, which soon began to earn him clients. Today he is busy making plans for the future – and shaping visualisations that catch our eye.
The goal of this design was to present the interior as bright, accessible and functional.
The F&D-project stands for Furniture and Design. The visualisations show a living area and dining room. Central in the design are the warm tones and the minimalistic atmosphere. According to himself, Shevchenko is a big fan of combining wood and concrete, consequently, this duo is heavily present here. The grey and brown colour converge in a tranquil yet interesting symbiosis. The middle ground between these two tints is beige, so this colour was also added to the palette. The goal of this design was to present the interior as bright, accessible and functional. Shevchenko undoubtedly succeeded in this, because only the essence prevails. Nevertheless, this does not mean something is missing, but rather that it is hidden from view when it is not necessary at that moment. The result is a true celebration of the best minimalism has to offer. It is with delight that we look back on this first encounter with Alexander Shevchenko and his work. He is able to give his minimalistic style a warm casing where nothing is lacking. We hope that he can carry out his future plans as he wishes and, in the meantime, patiently await new work.
Visualisations by Alexander Shevchenko