Andrea's Room is the embodiment of a literary fiction within the design of a bedroom. We follow Andrea, a resident writer at the Villa, for 24 hours. From dawn to dusk, each space, every piece of furniture, and every color reflects a chapter of their day, ultimately resulting in the creation of a new story.
For its color distribution, the project draws upon the four phases of creativity by Graham Wallas, a renowned British psychologist from the early 20th century, to illustrate the dynamic journey of artistic expression.
The course of Andrea's day, on the other hand, finds inspiration in the works of RJ Andrews, a pioneer in data visualization, as he traces the daily routines of prominent creatives.