Zuzanna Rogowska

Embarking on a new chapter for my studio, I’m combining my passion for interior design with the possibilities of new technologies in the field of 3D visualization. 

As we approach the close of 2023, I’m eager to unveil my latest interior design concept—Apartment in the Warsaw Brewery—created as a result of my mastering 3ds Max and Corona Renderer. I also want to reflect on my plans for the future and sum up this year, which changed a lot when it comes to my career aspirations.

From Architect to 3D Artist

In recent months, I’ve realized my true calling extends beyond architecture; it lies in creating stunning visual content. Since my teenage years, I immersed myself in interior design, exploring blogs and magazines on the subject. Encountering beautiful photographs showcasing inspiring interior designs fueled my passion, making my choice of studies almost obvious.

Despite earning an architecture degree, the expected professional path didn’t resonate with me; something was missing. The turning point arrived when I began learning 3ds Max, and suddenly, my direction became clear for me — I want to become a CG artist. This path harmonizes my passion for interior and graphic design, fulfilling my desire to create visually stunning content.

However, there’s more. Creating visualizations involves blending the roles of an interior designer, graphic designer, stylist, photographer, and art director, all aimed at producing stunning visual content. I’ve finally found something that truly captivates me. This newfound path allows me to harmonize my diverse passions, and I can confidently say that nothing is lacking. 

A Call for Collaboration

I’m hopeful that 2024 will bring new exciting projects—both my own concepts and collaborations with interesting brands and architects. Feel free to explore my portfolio of projects and check out my blog, which features articles about working as a 3D artist.

For collaboration on conceptual interior designs, 3D product/interior visualizations, or art direction, please don’t hesitate to contact me at: studio@zuzannarogowska.pl. After all, I’m a CG artist now. There’s no turning back—the world already knows. I welcome you to embark on this journey with me.