Visualization & Art Direction:
Client & Furniture:
Stillmade Brooklyn, NY
The main idea of Stillmade project was to design a space that will highlight the unique and handmade pieces of their furniture.
After discussion and research we ended up going for a neutral color palette and a sharp but bright lighting that will fit perfectly with their ideas of the new American design.
During these difficult days, most of us creatives seek a safe space in our own home, one that exudes serenity but also provides us with enough stimuli to keep our imagination alive and running.
I envisioned this working as a home as well as a source of inspiration for a creative person, being clean as well as having a lot of personality in its details. The idea was to create an elegant minimalistic space, full of bright natural light. I used natural materials, such as wood and stone, to give it an earthy feel.
The project title expresses my hope that things will change for better soon and we will be able to say we have gained something, despite the difficulties we now face.
It's a two-level apartment in the city center of Cincinnati.
The main goal was to make it look warm, friendly and madern at the same time. One of the distinction of the house was the big openings so we took advantage of them with as much natural light as possible.
NEUTRAL is focused on an earth color palette, with brown being the dominant contrasting the dark credenza and its props.