Snow Haven International Interior Design Contest For Students



Alberto Mera from Interior Deck team contacted me and informed me about INTERIORDECK INTERNATIONAL STUDENT DESIGN CONTEST, which I would like to share with you on my blog.

It is an bi-annual contest for interior design and architecture students. At the beginning of every semester, a project  which could be a house, a restaurant, an office, etc. is presented and the participants are asked to design the interiors. The projects are always fictional; and a series of requirements should be fulfilled.  For every contest there is  a professional jury based on the country  the project takes palce.

The current contest is called Snow Haven. The project to be designed is a house placed in the Aran Valley (Vall d’Aran), in the Catalan region, surrounded by 3,000-metres
peaks and more than 200 lakes.

For further details of the project, contest and the prize and jury, you can visit

Happy Christmas & Happy New Year


Today I get a surprise Christmas present from the other side of the world Mexico, from my dear friend Jose Ramon. With my name on it and full of delicious Mexican candy and our sweet photos from Venice.

I want to share with you the photo and celebrate all of of your 2013! I wish this new year brings everyone all the happy and joyful moments :)

State Of Art Academy Day 3: There is a teapot inside all of us!

I was in Venice on last weekend and had great time attending State Of Art Academy Day3 as one of the guest speakers with Peter Guthrie, Adam Hotovy, Tomek Miksa and Ronen Bekerman.  I felt very happy to meet a lot of friends in real after being friends online for long time. And it was very fun to make new friends of course !  Days in Venice was like 3D Heaven  where there are a lot of artists from all over the world.  And everyone is talking about 3D. There was so much to share with each other,  and ask  each other and conversation never stops.


Another very interesting thing was to watch different workflows and approaches from different artists and how everyone has his/her own way. It was nice to watch how our works and workflows become distinguishable with the personal ways and styles.

I liked so much to be in Venice and our dear friends from State Of Art, Gianpiero Monopoli, Roberto De Rose, Manuela Grandesso and Riccardo made us feel at home with the sweet smiles and all their welcome and care.


And last but not the least, I love all the pasta and pizza and spritz and wine.

Now looking forward to AD4 and already counting days down.

First Prize In Arch-Factory Product Rendering Competition


Today I wake up into a great news that I have got the 1st prize in Arch-Factory's Product Rendering Competition:
Doing The Assembly Line Work.
The competition goal was to make photo-realistic product shot renders. My Decode Lamp renders made the 1st place. I feel very happy to hear this as the first thing of the day and I would like to thank  Arch-Factory site and the jury for giving me this chance.
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