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The Refuge in Zamora

The Refuge in Zamora

January 15, 2017

The Refuge is a Quico Jorreto's project. This was a very special project for me because I had the opportunity to be part of the team as an interior designer as well as 3D artist. This project consisted in an interior design for a second home in Zamora, Spain. The house stands out thanks to the great contrast between modern interior architecture and the traditional exterior. In our website you can check the before and after to appreciate the differences

We used neutral colors in this design; white for the walls, black stone for the floors and Iroko wood to add some details. The ceiling is Heraklith and the kitchen stone is Inalco, both not so difficult materials to create in 3D.

I built the 3D model in 3DS MAX, using V-Ray as the render engine. For lightning, I just made use of Vraysun for natural light and Vrayplane and VrayIES for indoor light. All post production was done in Photoshop, Nik color effects and I used basic render elements. The furniture models that I used were CarlHansen for chairs, Prouvé light by Vitra, B&B Italia for the sofa and Duravit for the bathroom.

I have received good comments on my Behance profile an others social networks with this project. I'm aware that I still have to improve in a lot of aspects but these compliments give me the energy to outdo myself. I hope you like it.

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Cristian Andrade

My name is Cristian Andrade. I'm an freelance interior designer and 3D artist.

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