Tokyo based architect Jan Vronovsky showcases his signature styling evoking monochrome vibes, smooth lines and geometrical shine. A feeling similar to La's Bates Motel is felt with this use of structure and singular variations of white and off white. Utilizing simplicity to evoke emotion with the contrasting natural surroundings is not a new technique, however it is unique in how Vronovsky is able to execute it.
Born in Prague, Jan's cultural European heritage brings in a fusion of modern European design that harmonizes quite well with Japan's minimalist aesthetic. Photography, construction of man- made, synthetic, yet culturally significant places echo an homage to Japan, East Asia and surrounding areas. Jan's work focuses on capturing "lowest common denominator" type works-- typically cultural, socially neglected urban areas which carry the vernacular as well as architectural heritage of Japan. One of the great interests in Jan's work focuses on carrying the cultural as well as generational in Japanese heritage and identity and how they formulate in organizational processes throughout the city.