Conceptual architectural projects are a great challenge for the Ars Studio Avsenik team. We mainly create conceptual architectural designs, which represent integrated solutions in which we combine innovative audio-visual products and multimedia content into an unrivalled architectural whole, including the finished interior look and exterior landscape.
An example of architectural concept for a modern museum building that follows the trend of futuristic design and sustainable principles of green energy.
A multifunctional architectural space that combines image, sound and space with innovative technologies in a unique audio-visual representative ambience.
An example of an architectural project that represents the idea of combining traditional design with modern architectural approaches and in balance with the existing surroundings.
The artificial floating island is an innovative scene of the events that combines architecture, multimedia and landscape into a comprehensive unit as a hybrid project.
The multimedia projects that we create are the upgrade of our individual products, at which we follow-up our core activities even further, in which we create unique technological solutions in a harmonised form with audio-visual content and design rules, and in balance with the purpose and functions of the project.
An ambitious project that with building up or remodelling a building's external facade or the interior wall into an animated wall enables better visibility and recognition of a company, products and activities.
eMonument is an innovative artistic monumental and architectural icon, which is as a cultural tribute to heritage showing respect to it and keeps reminding spectators of the importance of its preservation.
A solution which enables a unique presentation of the company, promotion of the brand and advertising of products and events through audio-visual content and interactivity.
Experience a special audiovisual adventure in the planetarium, where you can enjoy the 360-degree view of displayed multimedia content through a high-resolution projection.