My inspiration for the hotel room design came from the lobby design, with a focus on the artwork of Eli Sudbrack. Based on his colorful, eclectic, geometric artwork I selected a palette of vibrant colors as well as multiple patterns to apply against a base background of concrete and light wood.
The programmatic elements of the hotel room included an ADA compliant bathroom, sleeping room for two guests, a living area, a seating area of two guests, 10 feet of hanging space, and a kitchenette. I placed the bed behind the bathroom in order to increase privacy from the main entrance to the room. The closet space incorporates the television of the living area and meshes into the cabinetry of the kitchenette while emulating the photo moment in the art exhibit of the lobby.
The ADA complaint features of the bathroom can be seen in these bathroom elevations.
Keyed floorplans and sections further explained my application of color and pattern throughout the space.
I rounded out my design concepts with material specification sheets.