Sketchup--3D Model

Your task is to use Sketchup to create a 3D Model of a home.  You will have a client for which you are designing the home.  
Artifacts:  When finished, you will upload images of your digital design to the Google Classroom Artifacts page.

Website to Use:  Sketchup Free
Mrs. Pennington will give you an account log in and password to use.  
Interior Design
Your home will have: 
a kitchen
at least one bathroom
a living room
at least one bedroom 
and a laundry room
The room sizes are suggestions, but you may design your own room size.  You do need to actually use the number of doorways/closet doors/ windows for the rooms.  

Resources for Learning
Begin your project with Google Sketchup Practice.  Follow the first three links to practice creating a drawing in Google Sketchup. 

Client Options
You must pick one of the following clients and design their rooms for them:
  • A single woman who is very interested in green living.
  •  A family of three. (The child is a 14 year old.)
  • A husband and wife who are both avid outdoors people.
  •  A family of three. (The child is a 2 year old.)
  •  A single man who is a huge Green Bay Packers Fan.
Bedroom 1 — 10 feet by 15 feet (1 window, 1 door, and 28” wide closet door)

Bedroom 2—15 feet by 15 feet (2 windows, 1 door, 48” wide closet doors)

Master Bedroom—20 feet by 20 feet (2 windows, 1 door, 1 bathroom door, 2-28” wide closet doors) 
Living Room 1—20 feet by 25 feet (1 48” wide window, 1 48” wide opening to kitchen, 1 36” wide entry door)  

Living room 2-- 18 feet by 20 feet (1 36” wide entry door, 1 36” wide doorway to another room, 3 windows) 

Bathroom-- 10 feet by 12 feet (toilet, shower, sink)

Bathroom—12 feet by 15 feet (toilet, shower, sink, window)

Use Google Sketchup to create your floor plan and design for the room. I know that
you will not be able to find identical pieces in the Google templates that you will find

to purchase, but you should find similar ones.

I think it would be a good idea to start with a sketch and a brainstorm sheet of what
you will include in the room. You may want to list a theme or a set of colors that you

would like to use.

Peggy Pennington,
Sep 29, 2017, 10:10 AM