zooco estudio reconfigures the bedroom with modulor concept zooco estudio reconfigures the bedroom with modulor concept
jun 30, 2016

zooco estudio reconfigures the bedroom with modulor concept

 

developed by zooco estudio, ‘modulor’ is an interior organization proposal that adapts the bedroom to meet changing lifestyles. the concept is composed of modular porticoes, organized sequentially in order of daily routines. different color tones and mosaics are paired with functions, distinguishing between structures for sleep, work, leisure, bath, and dressing.

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all images © zooco estudio

 

 

based on the level of privacy needed, ‘modulor’ units are either located openly in the room or pushed to peripheral areas. thus, the shower and bed have a cove-like feel that provides a sense of security and public areas receive plentiful sunlight. the ‘modulor’ bedroom concept was created by zooco estudio


public-oriented units are positioned to receive maximum sunlight

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‘buenos dias’ mosaic on balcony

zooco estudio modulor bedroom concept
the concept proposes an altered bedroom arrangement to meet modern lifestyle needs 


positioned sequentially, the units mimic daily routines

zooco estudio modulor bedroom concept
looking through ‘modulor’ units 


detail of reading area with workspace and bed in background 

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seating close-up

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shower and sink module

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shower with mirror wall


green walls placed between balconies bring additional vibrancy to the interior

 

 

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edited by: nick brink | designboom

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  • brilliant

    lemi says:
  • while most are pushing just form making this project genuinely investigates human patterns. Love it, some more photos with different activities on all the obstacles would be interesting? given the tight space and the opportunity for the ‘desk/table’ bench to fit 3 peope perhaps it shoud just cantilever, but having said that perhaps the intent was for all the elements to touch the ground on an incline as a potential backing for sitting on the floor; some more descriptive photos of use would help. Love it.

    lemi says:

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