Founded by CG artists, Nikolay Antonchik and Alexander Grabalyuk, CYLIND is a Belarus-based outfit specializing in architectural visualization and conceptualization services, taking blueprints, schematics, and plans on paper and brining them to fruition in the form of digitally-rendered concepts. For its latest project, the Minsk company has been called on by Helsinki-based architectural firm, Studio Puisto to bring the Finnish studio’s “Kambanes” house design into digital reality.
Set in the remote countryside of Finland, this residential project consists of an L-shaped first story with an all-brick construction and a concrete courtyard with a hot tub and a rock garden. The design firm has capped the first level of the home off with a second story that follows the same L-shaped design, albeit is mirrored and flipped, and features an outer veneer of vertical wood slats and a slanted roof. Both stories sport large panoramic windows that provide views of the surrounding landscape, as well. To see more of the “Kambanes house, or to check out other projects from CYLIND, you can visit the Belorussian company’s website linked below.
HiConsumption is reader-supported. When you buy through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more