These Textured, 3D-Rendered Interiors Are a Study in Abstraction
In their three-dimensionally rendered landscapes, Terzo Piano keeps creating images for worlds we only wish were real. The latest project from the Italian-based agency, with styling by Elisabetta Bongiorni, zooms in a bit from their typical room settings, giving us highly textured elements that beg to be touched. Titled Abstractionism, the series of images use a visual language full of shapes, colors, and lines, which simultaneously move between what looks like rooms of great depth and flattened collages. With seamless carpets and blobs, soft beige and blue cushions, and tables with sharp edges, the captured moments still feel like something that might inspire a real, tangible interior.