Bronxes is a Greek studio formed by creative and passionate Architectural Interior designers and 3D artists. Their work is exceptional, not only the realism of the renders, but also their sensitivity in choosing materials, and pieces of furniture.
We have previously talked about rendering studios such as The Boundary (click here to see the post). Although both possess exceptional talent, perhaps the work of Bronxes is more intimate, with a modern minimalistic mood.
The light flows unobstructed through the open plane of this design that oozes fluidity and elegance. The palette of materials in pastel tones includes concrete, dry-colored terrazzo, glass, wood, and plaster. This combination recreates to perfection the Nordic felling and gives the name to the project: Pale. Most of the furniture is Danish, such as the Herringbone Patterned Bar from Bolia that flawlessly combines with the powder-coated steel and glass rod library behind the modular Eave sofa from Menu. The PP589 Bench – conceived by Hans Wegner – is a piece of iconic design. The Viennese fabric furnishings juxtapose with their delicacy to the hardness of the concrete.
A solid project, not only because of the design but also because of the unique visualization techniques. A real masterpiece.
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