After working as a web designer for the first part of his career, Guedj is now focused on exploring his own surreal universes with 3D technology, investigating the balance between structure, material, and light. His work has been featured in publications including ELLE Deco, AD Magazine, and Marie Claire, and his goal is to allow viewers to touch and feel the design through many mediums, not only in digital worlds but in tangible ones, too. With his creations, Guedj constructs modern and futuristic living spaces through immaculate hyperreality, which are incredibly visually pleasing and beautiful.
With pops of pastel colors, geometric forms, and iconic furniture pieces from across the decades, the designer constructs scenes that master the vintage-contemporary mix. This includes rooms that feature Marcel Breuer’s 1926 Wassily Chair and his 1930 S32 Thonet Chair—two items that are as popular today as they were almost a century ago. Further notable aesthetics include 1960s-style green walls and a neon-yellow kitchen-island bench, a perfect mid-century modern living room, and a retro white sofa in the shape of lips. Together, these elements prove that color, light, and shape define a space, and that constructing a futuristic fantasy wonderland is within Guedj’s realm of possibility.