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The essence of designers is most evident when they are creating for no one but themselves. This is also true of Holiday Villa by 3D artist Nikolay Shevchenko; this soulful home is what he considers the ultimate retreat. Imagicasa fully agrees.
This is a small private place that the designer wanted to become a cosy haven of relaxation. If you are reminded of a cave when looking at the images, you are not alone. In fact, the design contains an authentic roughness that is reminiscent of such environments. At the same time, it is an inviting place where you are only too happy to settle down, either alone or in company. By incorporating lime plaster, among other things, he arrived at a result with tactile undertones. The imperfect shapes carry a simultaneously mysterious and playful factor. The natural nature of his design language is typical of Shevchenko, as he likes to maintain an organic style. Minimalism, wabi-sabi and Japanese influences are therefore never far away in his creations. For the use of colour, he decided to go in a neutral direction, so white and grey became the leading tones. This is an interesting difference to previous designs, as in the past he had already made confident use of warmer tones.
Imperfect shapes with a simultaneously mysterious and playful factor.
Holiday Villa is a project that the observer can only enjoy. With simplicity and an inherent casualness, the designer gave shape to a place of rest. By following only his own creative insight across the board, Shevchenko has succeeded in building up an ever-widening public. Want to get enchanted by more impressive projects and inspiring architecture? Be sure to follow us on Instagram on the account Imagicasa Architecture. On this page, we will share unique realisations, promising designs and innovative ideas daily.
Images by Nikolay Shevchenko