Victoria Sreda is a CG artist who gives modern minimalism back its meaning. With natural colours and organic shapes, she designs beautiful projects that originate in a mix of Japanese and Scandinavian design. Discover with us this home where tranquillity is the common thread.
Sreda not only designs inspiring projects, she also develops realistic visualisations that give a good idea of the final result. Calmness prevails in all the designer's projects, and she succeeds by using soft colours, natural materials, and impressive spaciousness. Also important is a beautiful connection with surrounding nature, which adds to the feeling of home.
When creating this project, the designer first and foremost took inspiration from Japanese traditional houses, which are often quadrangular in shape and have a beautiful courtyard. The sliding walls in the courtyard, called Adamo, are a first distinguishing feature. They were traditionally made of wooden panels and were similar in appearance to a screen that ran from floor to ceiling. In this project, the designer wanted to take a more contemporary approach to that traditional style by adding modern minimalist elements. The traditional screens were therefore replaced by panoramic sliding doors, also with access to the courtyard. In addition, the house has a large number of windows on the outside of the building, filling every room with plenty of natural light.
The courtyard gives the residents tranquillity and a sense of proximity to nature
In the courtyard, which is called "tsubo niwa" in Japanese, the designer saw the perfect opportunity to give the residents tranquillity and a sense of proximity to nature. Furthermore, natural materials and a light, warm, soothing colour scheme were favoured in this project. This will also help the owner of the house to be in harmony with themselves. Finally, this project was perfectly complemented by furniture from the beautiful minimalist Japanese brand Karimoku.
With Scandinavian minimalism, Japanese shapes and a calm colour palette, Victoria Sreda creates an extraordinary interior that will not let you go. The designer is working hard on new projects while staying true to her own style, and we already cannot wait to show them to our readers. Visualisations by Victoria Sreda