What is Graphyum ?
Because visual arts are so important in almost any business, more and more people are becoming aware of their utility. In architecture this became an absolute necessity, by having to portray the variety of projects and ideas professionals must sell to their clients. Understanding this need, Graphyum specialized in producing architectural still imagery, contributing to the fast-growing market of architectural visualizations by sharing our expertise and providing professional services.
We, as a studio, believe that any idea, design or project has it’s beauty especially if we can imagine it in it’s final stages, so our goal is to achieve visuals that are as close as possible to reality. Based on the philosophy that no geometric form or material is perfect in real life, we try to produce photo realistic images.
Graphyum produces images that present architecture projects to the public. These projects vary in size and scope, but our team always welcomes the challenge of putting their distinct characteristics on display. The way our images get produced vary in approach depending on our customer’s needs, but our philosophy is simple: we detail every aspect of the given project as it would realistically interact with it’s surrounding world. We do not trick the audience in regards to the truths presented by our work, the atmosphere we detail needs to communicate the identity of the buildings.
Who are we ?
Graphyum was founded in 2015 by Eden ABDULA and Marc PATRULIUS, two architects sharing the same ideals and business goals, and later on, met up with Alexandra VIERIU who has also joined our team to help us resolve the marketing side of this business .
What we do ?
Below you can see a gallery with some of our selected work
How to reach us ?
If you have a specific project you would like to discuss, use the information below to reach us and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
If you would like to join our team, send us your portfolio at the email address below.
Phone: +40 740 088 789
Address: 138 Constantin Noica Street, Bucharest, Romania