My partner and I designed a cruise ship for Blueseed Co. who is a startup out of Silicon Valley who wants to create a Visa free workplace in inte… Read More
My partner and I designed a cruise ship for Blueseed Co. who is a startup out of Silicon Valley who wants to create a Visa free workplace in international waters for entrepreneurs who can't get a visa yet. The ship would be located off the coast of Silicon Valley. Read Less
Cafe' located with in the office. Game tables, reading and entertainment areas can also be found here.
Large Open Office Plans with Kiosk work areas
Use of daylighting allowed us to create interesting views from each floor
At night the office can still be as lively as the day
The Crosswalks create a connection between the two sides of the ship while still allowing natural light into the Portico
The Hotel sturcture for those who want the feel of the city. The colors are inspired by Google who is one of the main investors of Blueseed Co.
Communities main Restaurant and Night life area. Largest Bar on the ship is open to the outdoors. It is also connected by a catwalk to the Main theater.
Community Theater structure. The main floor is a small movie theater. The second floor up is a Grand performing theater. The clerestory windows allow for natural light to enter. The catwalk is connected to the reservation restaurant. The color scheme is based off of Facebook who is one of the main contributors to Blueseed Co.
View across the entire ship from Stern to Bow. The night life of the ship is just as is not more active than they days.
The centeral portico solved the problem of being able to get natural light into each cabin. Creating more of a park setting in the portico allows for people who want more of a rural atmosphere to be satisfied. The use of daylighting underneathe the crosswalks allowed us to better light the portico at night as well.
View across the ship from the office structure top floor.
Credit also to my Partner who worked on this project with me Kevin Domschine.