Studio M6 painted a sustainable statement with their render, ‘Eventide’, embodying their ethos through minimally depicted sharp lines and a seamlessly monochromatic palette.
What are renders if not captured moments of desire, snapshots of the possible? In ‘Eventide’ a conceptual architectural design stands out amidst the bustle of the city during twilight. It was Studio M6’s way of painting a sustainable statement through minimally depicted sharp lines and a seamlessly monochromatic palette.
“It's designed to have contemporary features that incorporate sustainability,” founder Mohab Bedeir tells #SceneHome, describing the architectural design captured in Eventide. Being environmentally friendly, the design is built around a tree that towers in an atrium, embodying the studio’s ethos of preservation and environmentalism.
“The goal was to integrate contemporary architecture with nature,” Bedeir continues. “We are at an age where architecture is about more than just building structures, it’s art that can make sustainable living possible for future generations” As moving red lights sway around the building, glimmering around a steadfast structure that stays utterly still, we get a sense of life in the render - that its sustainable design and the dream that comes with it could someday be made real.