My family is currently in the overwhelming process of purchasing furniture for a new home, and our garage has been (mostly) overrun by box after box of decor, so I put together a model of a home office to show my parents how simple and accessible viewing decor in 3D space can be, rather than the painstaking process of returning each and every single piece of furniture that doesn't quite work out. For several years now, my mom and I have watched the wonderful animations of Neezo Studios on Property Brothers, and from the very first time I ever saw this part of the show, I remember turning to my mom and telling her, “I’m gonna be able to do that one day.” I’m really happy with how this home office design turned out, and I'm very excited to continue exploring more interior space animations in future projects.
Prior to beginning this project, I researched images of several modern home offices to better understand how to communicate my ideas in terms of style, palette, and overall design.
Due to my combined interests in all facets of interior/exterior design as well as motion design and animation, I created these 3D house turntables using Autodesk Maya.
From the time that I was very young, I have always been intrigued by the clean-cut, straight lines and geometric forms of modern homes that contrast the more organic and naturalistic style of homes that composed my childhood neighborhood. Due to my interest in the simplistic modern style, I decided to model this home.