The Storage Unit Design Project was inspired by MobilLease's Modular Spacemobile and thier mobile classrooms and offices. The goal for this project was to practice consolidated design methods within generic storage unit container dimenseions. My personal aim to motivate the design process was clean, crisp, and efficient elements in furniture and decor.
From french doors, body-height windows, and ceiling skylights, this design plays up natural lighting for a bright space. The room was split in half for different areas of productivity and workspaces. The marble floors and white walls made for a solid blank slate to work off from. On the left hand are collaborative pods with four computers each. The high stools and glass table combo contributed well to the crisp design. Each table is dressed with a marble pot and tall flowers to add a feminine touch...sorry boys! The two low-top tables are dressed with cushioned green seats for a pop of color which play into the comfort element for the space. I dressed the walls with images of Italy, a large clock, and a wooden life-size dancer cut out.
Overall, this project allowed me to strategize and configure an adequate workspace within the given dimension restriction. I think that what MobilLease does is incredible and carrying out their work through practice was an interesting way to approach interior design. It made think of how to incorporate only necessities to ensure it didn't appear cluttered.