Hey....if u gave dimensions on ur drawing....... that wud b very helpful to understand the presentation..... gud luck!! and looking forward to the updates.....
I like your concept of making the best use of space, more value within less space..Good luck to you..
Hi, Svenja, very good start!
When i look up the size of the whole hotel room, I think you can reduce it much more! I would suggest that you think about the minimal measures of the furnitures and the moving space you need. (When I´m thinking fast: maximum 700 x 600) The very good idea is that you can visual enlarge the "small rooms" by light- elements; but use no black, it makes smaller. Choose colours to wide it up.... You´re on the right way :)
Cool start ! Good luck from Poland !
Good starting point!
if I can give you some advice, check out the proportions of the plan:
the beds seem to be too big compared to the total size.
remains to you much more space than that :)
Reminding me of this video that our VP sent out about a tiny space in Hong Kong...
Really cool direction you're heading in. I would suggest thinking about how our lives will change in the next ten years to perhaps do away with certain things rather than make them smaller. Perhaps we won't need a television because of our smart phones. Perhaps we won't need a desk or a lamp or even a view of the outside? Maybe these things will be come irrelevant as our walls become our writing platform, our light source and even (kinda scary) our 'virtual view' where we could be looking anywhere in the world rather than at the building across the street!!
your ""small space" is almost twice the size of a standard hotel room -
I agree with the idea of minimalism, but unfortunatelly for the moment it's not that obvious in your renderings. Check out this great example http://freshome.com/2011/08/28/soon-to-be-the-thinnest-crib-in-the-world-keret-house-by-centrala/ Good luck!
Wow, that house is amazing, I would totally live there. Thanks for sharing. I'm really interested in how these type of radical designs can be implemented in a hotel setting. Taking a non-traditional space and making it pop!