Studio 54.0

If you think you had seen it all about Game Lab design… Well, yes, you have, but there may still be some new good ideas you might like from our design. We thought the Central Table hanging from the ceiling was a great but impracticable idea, so we had to compromise there for a Sawhorse legs table. We know folks liked the Lighting, so we kept it. We knew we had forgot some things, such as storage and computers, so we copy that idea from other designs to make ours alined with the fad. But definitely, these gaming computers have to be the last of the last in technology. We did like our storage solution with a couple of wall storages, but for my taste they are a bit pale. Last but not least, we are bringing in a flat TV with touchscreen functionality as an optional feature (also notice the tracking camera on top). Budget is for the studio 54.0

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Christian, Cesar, Alejandro

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3 Responses to “Studio 54.0”


  1. 1 sophiabender March 5, 2013 at 1:22 am

    I like your new additions! But what is the L-shaped object in the middle of the new diagram?

  2. 2 Kylie March 6, 2013 at 3:54 am

    My sense is that is the couch? I also like the bar table in the middle image. Seems pretty hip and space efficient! If it could be attached to the wall and folded in on some way, it would fit with the theme of disappearing tables in this prototype!

  3. 3 Sean Duncan March 6, 2013 at 12:55 pm

    Yeah, this is much more spare than some of the other designs — in a good way! I’m very concerned with how little space we’ve got in the room, and this keeps things down to an essential set of components. Whiteboards, screens, and comfy couches are all musts. I do wonder about the multiple uses of the space, though — having a space that can be *easily* reconfigured is a priority, and I’m not sure about the couch in that regard. Having a table that can serve for both board game play (for social events, but also for instruction) and can be a central workplace for game prototyping/data analysis/work stuff is also important. Really nice ideas here, and would love to see how your ideas evolve further!


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