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					       An Arts and Craft
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           Inspired
       CITRIS MacroLab

           IEOR 170 | Team 7
        Sarai Mitnick | Andrea Nelson
          Jen Sikora | Christo Sims
                05.03.2006
Two Views of CITRIS:




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Two Views of CITRIS:




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Two Views of a Lab:




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Two Views of a Lab:




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Organizing Motif:
The Arts & Crafts Movement




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 • Revealing process • Local roots • Connections to society and nature
Floors
• Repurposed wine corks set in rubber
 / silicon
• Rustic Wood Floors with tile inlays
Walls
Ceilings
Stained Glass Historical Windows
Depict noteworthy Berkeley inventions




            The Darlington Transistor Circuit, from Sidney Darlington.
Candy Filled “Stained Glass” Windows
Interactive Windows The Outside Brought In
Interactive Windows Display as interface
Interactive Windows Libraries of Artifacts
Interactive Windows Customized Collage
Furniture
Furniture




                                        Verner Panton Flying Chairs




Verner Panton Living Towers



                              Eero Aarnio Chairs
Interlocking Modular Tables

                       • Approximately 30”w x 30”d x
                       37”h
                       • 6” thick tabletop
 Hollow Copper Timeline Wall:
Socializing, Movement, Power Source, Historical Artifact
Hollow Copper Timeline Wall:
 Installed: “continues” through ceiling and floor
Privalite Dry Erase Partitions

• Opaque glass used as
presentation screen.

• Glass surface serves as a
dry-erase board for
brainstorming.

• Provides privacy, projection,
and a writing surface.
Prototyping & Design Space
Prototyping Lab Machines
Zcorp Spectrum Z 510 System 3D Printer




                                         Model Shop
                                          Color 3D
                                          Scanner


    Engraving bed
Omagles Life-Sized Tinker Toys

Life-sized tinker toys allow for quick, creative
prototyping and building structural systems.
The Project Parlor (44’x45’)
Dedicated space for ongoing research projects
Project Parlor




Desks with overhead storage and sliding partitions
Conversation Pit




Sunken benches forming a square in the middle of the room
Library & A/V Studio (26’x66’)
Informal space for cross-project interaction and inspiration.
Library Inspirations
                       • Mixture of seating
                        (chairs, couches, floor)




                       • Ceiling Content:
                         directing new points of view
Library Embedded Fire




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Meeting & Testing Facilities (21’x70’)
Adjustable space for meetings, presentations and teleconferencing ,
including sound-proof rooms for user research and testing.
Meeting / Testing Space




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Interchangeable  Space within spaces Connections to outside world
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