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MOLKENBUHR / STEPHANIE MURRI WALL

Hotel Porosso

Project Project

PROFESSOR SAN FRATELLO. FALL 2013 “for the bone”

This project is an urban boutique hotel in downtown San Jose for business people and travelers that seek the surrounding nightlife and nearby conference centers. The hotel “for the bone” is constructed purely from the inspiration picture of a microscopic image of bone. Using the ideas of porosity and structure, we’ve created a space for people to enjoy their stay.

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Number Numberof ofStories: Stories:66 Address: Address:389 389SS1st 1stSt St San Jose, CA 95113 San Jose, CA 95113 Fellow FellowGroup GroupMembers: Members: Deanna DeannaMolkenbuhr Molkenbuhr

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Total TotalSquare SquareFootage: Footage: 12,288SF 12,288SF

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Original Inspiration Photograph of a Microscopic view of Bone

3D 3D Printing Printing MODO MODO 701 701


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Typical Upper Floor

Program 1. Hotel Suite A

3. Lobby

5. Spiral Stair

7. Pool

2. Hotel Suite B

4.Wine Bar

6. Elevator

8. Spa


Bone Wall

Project

facade

Our Bone Wall façade is created by bridging holes between two layers.

When studying a microscopic view of bone, we wanted to replicated the porosity and structure of bone, like the image, to create a curtain wall that later became the entire facade to our building. This curtain wall has 4 different “blocks” with a different structure of pores and 3 different Modules and Placement Method translucent, semi-translucent, and opaque materials. These allowed for us to account to the use of views and light needed for the building.

Elevation When Drawing scaling the curtain

wall to the entire building, it was necessary to scale the holes to pertain to each room’s usage.

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At each room there is a large hole for a balcony that allows guests to walk into the opening which is transparent so the user can experience this interaction between layers.

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Same idea is applied for the entrance into the lobby. All the other holes are placed and sized to meet light and viewing needs of the rooms.

Gradient map for each room

3D printed concept model Gradient Map

Study Model


The Bone Wall

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DEANNA MOLKENBUHR / STEPHANIE MURR CURTAIN WALL

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Porous Block: 1 hole

Summer Solstice Rendering

Porous Block: 4 holes Winter Solstice Rendering

Winter Solstice Rendering

October Morning Rendering

June 21, 2013

12:00 pm

June 21, 2013 12:00pm

June 21, 2013

12:00 pm

Porous Block: 4 holes Porous 4 holes FALL dsIT 103. PROFESSOR SANBlock: FRATELLO.

October Morning Rendering

December 21, 2013

December 21, 2013 12pm

12:00 pm

December 21, 2013

January Morning Rendering

January Morning Rendering

12:00 pm

October 05, 2013

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October 05, 2013

October 5, 2013 8:00am

Gradient Map Map Gradient Map Gradient MapGradient

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January 26, 2013

January 26, 2014 9:15am

Study Model StudyStu Mo

Original Inspiration Photograph of a Microscopic view of Bone Final Facade of Building for Hotel Porosso

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The Bone Wall

DEANNA MOLKENBUHR / STEPHANIE MURRI CURTAIN WALL dsIT 103. PROFESSOR SAN FRATELLO. FALL 2013

Thin, Thicker, Thick

Project

material studies of different mediums While experimenting with porosity and structure and bone in our hotel, we also created some of the materials used in our hotel. Wallpaper was given the appearance of depth through use of color. Tile was warped to be irregular when tessellated with a similar design printed on them. Merchandise was given a round, but light and porous structure to it to replicate the inspirational picture we used for our hotel.

Thin: Wallpaper

- 3D appearance with a 2D material -Using color contrasting to add depth

Thicker: Tile

- Non-standard tessellation - Shaped, molded, fired, print decals with ceramics lab at SJSU

Thick: 3D printed

Thin: Wallpaper

merchandise item - 3D modeling objects in different scales - Sent off model to be 3D printed at Shapeways Original Inspiration Photograph of

a Microscopic view of Bone


Thicker: Tile - Production

Scale: Vase

Scale: Table

Scale: Pendant Lamps Vase | Original Scale

Elevation

Dining Table | Scale: X/Z-axis 514 %, Y-axis 400%

Pendent Lighting | Scale: X/Z-axis 157%, Y-axis 156%

Thick: 3D printed vase prototype


Hermitage

Project

(noun): secluded place of habitation I have provided a hermitage for students to relax or study in the Student Union at San Jose State University where students often search for a place to relax and work in-between classes. Using a position similar in proportion to Le Corbusier’s L4 chaise lounge, I have created a dwelling that students can place themselves in at least four different subtractive positions: Leaning, lounging, standing at the study bar, or sitting in cubicle-like areas.

Number of Stories: 3 Address: Student Union San Jose State University 1 Washington Square San Jose, CA 95112

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Subtractive Model

Subtractive Module from L4


Analysis: Sound

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Analysis: Light & Shadow

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North East Elevation

Analysis: Views

North West Elevation

South East Elevation

South West Elevation


Stephanie Murri Teaser Portfolio  

Stephanie Anne Murri Student Portfolio Spring 2014 San Jose State University

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