In a world increasingly dominated by space perception, form experimentation and branding, essential research on spatial flows, fluid forms and complex systems will lead the way into the future design of the living space.
I imagined an organic surface room shaped according to the spatial needs of human comfort. The challenge was to mainly maintain a single surface that shifts its form from necessity into function in order to create a fluid, continuous space.
In this way, a room exhibited as a complex system should be irreductible in such ways, that the overall system will not be detachable in multiple parts. Form should flow and merge within the living spaces, transforming the room into an integral and indivisible system.
The rich understanding of typologies in hotel rooms can easly interact with the fields of fashion design and human relation with the surroundings, by channels much more complex than the present ones. In terms of spatial media interaction , the human brain has the ability to process information in a more complex way than what is currently given in the existing (hotel) environment.
technologies and materials.
Holograms will be adopted as ways of digital communication and visualization in order to offer a more natural perception of the living spaces.
The used materials will be fully recyclable, with noble textures and advanced smooth finishes at the same time.
The concept of a room perceived as a flowing organism, adaptable to its user, is materialized from white / black Corian and porcelain.
Therefore the applied finishes, along with their colours and textures, create a new responsive habitat for a suitable human living place.