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We had the pleasure of interviewing 3D Interior Designer Javier Wainstein, a virtual 3D artist that has over 34k followers on Instagram and has worked with worldwide architects, interior designers, artists, agencies and galleries. Javier Wainstein was born in Buenos Aires, and has been working as a 3D artist for over a decade. He has an architectural degree from high school and a keen interest in interior and furniture design.
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Javier Wainstein created his own studio called Just With Renders (or simply JW Renders) is a creative agency specializing in 3D visualization for interior and furniture design and dedicated to architectural and design communication. In this exclusive interview, he gives us an insight into what his creative process looks like and gives some advice for future artists that desire to enter this field of work.
Javier started his journey in 3D visualization about 10 years ago. He started with his father, who is an architect, and with pretty basic images and works. Along the way, he learned and gained experience which enabled him to grow as an artist and to improve his quality of work. Javier highlights how he loves what he does and being a 3D interior designer.
There is always challenges and new issues to solve, but I really like what I do, so I always try to push the problems and work with a happy feeling.
In this interview, the 3D Interior Designer tells us that nowadays there is a lot of inspiration everywhere. His main sources of inspiration come mainly from social media such as Instagram or Pinterest but he also highlights how he loves to read books or magazines about design.
what I really like is the books. I have plenty of them, I love to see new books or magazines about design, and I take from them a lot of fresh and nice ideas.
When it comes to style, Javier doesn’t usually let cultural or political aspects affect his projects. He likes elegant designs that are also comfy, something between Scandinavian and Italian designs. When asked about his signature style, he tells us that he believes he has one but is not sure.
I have my proper style and design ideas, and try to use them and push the style for that side.
What he likes the most is to spot the right pieces for each space, to impact the eye and influence our feelings with a pop of color or a nice furniture piece. He likes to make a bold impact within the design of materials and colors along with the space, for example, making a room entirely black.
When it comes to challenges Javier mentions as a 3D interior designer what is the most complicated in his work are the technical parts: making 3D images requires software knowledge and technical requirements that sometimes are hard to reach or afford.
We asked the 3D interior designer what products from Rug’Society he might like to work with. He told us how much he loves to work with rugs in his 3D visual images. It is true that a rug is the perfect item to complement a room. He mentions that he doesn’t tend to use strong and geometric rug designs and that he loves simpler and more minimalist rugs such as the WHITE GARDEN RUG or the TERRACOTTA RUG.
The neutral tones of the White garden do bring out the natural beauty of this room. This rug also adds warmth to this space with its soft texture and complements the room’s furnishing with delight.
A neutral living room with the Terracotta rug will bring charm and elegance. This living area is filled with light and grace thanks to the neutral colors and natural accents of the rug.
The TERRACOTTA is a Portuguese rug that uses a combination of three different techniques: hand-tufting, overtufting, and carving to create a warm and inviting ambiance.
As for interior design trends, Javier admits he doesn’t really follow any of them. As a 3D interior designer, he likes to set his own ideas and style into his work without being guided by any rules.
I like to set my own style and push it. Try to explore new concepts and ideas, but not completely be guided by a trend.
To finish, when asked if he could give a piece of advice to any future 3D interior designer he says to keep creating as it is the most important thing for a designer. Making mistakes and aiming to achieve one’s goals is a must too but creating is definitely the most important path to follow for any designer.
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