Does the shape of space have to have inevitable order? What meanings do the basic conditions such as history and shape of land and rules and forms which determines the space have? Is the promise to observe rules valid? Furthermore, does such thing exist? What is universal value? Is it implied consent made by ordinary perspective to deal with them in a familiar and convenient way?
Archive for the ‘Offices’ Category
Article source: Delution Architect
Offices are located in this area is the State Department’s office of a businessman with a business sector that is diverse and changing from time to time or not fixed. The interior is the main concept of Industrial Office with a fusion between raw materials finished to all-clear to make it look elegant industrial office. Owner do like the industrial forces since his youth makes it difficult for architects to convince him to use this concept. Floor Materials in the form of raw Acian shows the authenticity of the cement itself. Several layers of the walls are made of a blend of Dutch Teak and Black Cement raw Acian increasingly industrial in the office to make an impression this feels real . Architects also use the basic shape Trapezoid some elements in the interior design of the cabinet , desk receptionists to pattern sanblastnya stickers . Office cabinet trapezoidal shape makes the look kanto be unique and functional. On the ceiling is made of solid teak wood Netherlands juxtaposed long and colored by lights arranged irregularly lighting gives the impression that appeal to this office.
- Architects: Delution Architect, PT Desain Revolusi Indonesia
- Project: Rasyid Office
- Location: Deplu, Jakarta Selatan, Indonesia
- Client: Rasyid Samsudin
- Principal Architect: Muhammad Egha ST, Hezby Ryandi ST, Sunjaya Askaria ST
- Project Architect: Hezby Ryandi ST
- Project Area: 95m2
- Project Year: 2014
Article source: NIKKEN SPACE DESIGN LTD
More than just creative
This is an in-house office plan of our design office. Approximately 30 staff members working in our office, which is located in the central part of Japan’s second largest city of Osaka, are engaged in the interior designing of a wide range of facilities in the public and private sectors, such as government agencies and company offices as well as hotels, hospitals, and educational institutions. Our new office needs to be a place ensuring more creativeness and higher productivity than others do, and we had to understand the nature of the staff members when we launched the office. Our staff members consist of professionals, including designers, computer graphic (CG) renders, and computer-aided design (CAD) operators. Each of the staff members belonging to the office is respected as an independent talented creator. Therefore, unlike typical enterprises, the office is of very flat organizational structure. Usually, each team of four to five members assigned promotes a separate project, and the team members are strongly aware of their organic ties. Therefore, we noticed at an early designing stage of the office that a fixed desk layout was not suitable to our style. As described above, the office produces value that it can provide to society from the character and talent of each individual designer. From this perspective, there was an opinion that the idea of making a highly uniformed workspace did not fit the staff members. Accordingly, how to achieve a creative place, where the character of each individual was respected and the organic connections of the individuals could be managed at a high degree of freedom, became the biggest theme of this project.
- Architects: NIKKEN SPACE DESIGN LTD
- Project: Nikken Space Design Osaka Office
- Location: Osaka, Japan
- Photography: Daisuke SHIMA [Nacása & Partners]
- Chief designer: Tetsutaro NISHIDA
- Senior designer: Koichi TANIGAKI
- Designer: Mao NAKANOIN
Article source: Burnazzi Feltrin Architetti
The office design of a property company is composed of the hall, three offices, the conference room, the library, the archives and the bathrooms.
- Architects: Burnazzi Feltrin Architetti
- Project: GP offiice
- Location: Trento, Italy
- Photography: Carlo Baroni
- Client: corporate
- Team: Burnazzi Elisa arch., Feltrin Davide arch.
Article source: van Es architecten
At the end of 2014 van Es architecten has delivered the multifunctional reception- and meetingbuilding for Den Braven Sealants in Oosterhout, The Netherlands.
The 600 square meters building includes a large auditorium, a demo room and various offices. The construction of this special building, which is situated on the business area ‘Vijf Eiken’, took about six months. Van Es architecten was responsible for the design, the technical development and supervision during the construction.
- Architects: Van Es architecten
- Project: ‘Centre of Excellence’ Den Braven
- Location: Oosterhout, The Netherlands
Article source: Pfarré lighting design studio
The former store for antique luminaires im Munich‘s Alt-Schwabing district provided an ideal L-shaped ground plan for the workplaces and other areas of the new studio. All main technical features, such as print/copy, large-format printer, coffee, server, etc. are hidden behind a new space divider, which also houses the product library, and consumable supplies. With this divider, a generous space between divider and the shop windows has been created for meetings and presentations. Thanks to the digitalization of the working process and archives, the size of the studio remained the same as before. However, 5 desks have been reduced in size. A 8 m long shelve unit provides space to work and store, below a pinboard with the same length. At the former studio site out of town PLD is still equipped with a lavish archive and further space for testing, mock-ups, and models.
- Architects: Pfarré lighting design studio
- Project: Pfarré lighting design studio
- Location: Munich, Germany
- Photography: Frank Koschembar
- Software used: Vector Works and Photoshop
- Lighting watts per sqm: 4,3
- Size: 67 qm / sqm
- Date of completion: May 2015
HungaroControl Centre of Hungarian Air Navigation Services in Budapest XVIII., Hungary by ZSK Architects (Zsuffa és Kalmár Építész Műterem)Sunday, June 7th, 2015
Article source: ZSK Architects (Zsuffa és Kalmár Építész Műterem)
“Their houses are massive but light and not forceful and scholar. They are not humorous but spreading serenity. … We can openly turn to these buildings and we can bite of them as much as we want, our eyes can eat a lot and appetite of our imagination comes as well.”[i]
- Architects: ZSK Architects (Zsuffa és Kalmár Építész Műterem)
- Project: HungaroControl Centre of Hungarian Air Navigation Services
- Location: Budapest XVIII., Hungary
- Photography: Tamás Bujnovszky
- Architects in charge: László Kalmár, Zsolt Zsuffa
- Project architect: Gábor Nagy
- Assistant architects: Glória Papp, Szilvia Rehus (competition), Katalin Fazekas, Zsófia Lázár, Mihály Kanyó, Roland Németh, András Gali (permit and tender doc), Iván Kund, Balázs Rose (construction doc)
- Interior design: Gábor Szokolyai, Dénes Kovács (more…)
Article source: LBR + A
Situated in one of Mexico City’s most important areas, Tres Picos responds to its urban condition of a complex triangular plot of only 167 square meters enclosed by three streets. Its architectural design consists of two structural steel plate walls supporting a glass prism of 10 levels, thus clearing the floor space of columns. In combination with the thin steel walls, the tridilosa, a three-dimensional structure slab system, made a 7 meter span possible in the glass façade directed towards the Chapultepec Park. The modular steel panels were designed to be an aesthetic finish and to optimize construction by facilitating on-site assembly. The light weight structural system allows for a free floor in the office space and at ground level, primarily benefiting pedestrians.
- Architects: LBR + A
- Project: Torre Tres Picos
- Location: Arquímedes #19 Col. Bosque de Chapultepec México D.F.
- Photography: Alfonso Merchand
- Porject Architect: Arch. Benjamín Romano
- Client: Fondo Hexa, S.A. de C.V.
- Program: Offices
- Site area:3,905 m2
- Footprint area: 167.68 m2
- Structural Engineer: Nestor Federico Lozano Alcaraz
- Project date: 2009
Article source: Stu/D/O Architects
With the attempt to reveal the agenda of the building through its skin, Stu/D/O Architects treated the Zonic Vision Office incommensurate to its intelligible names, Zonic and Vision; by transforming this Sound System and GPS provider company to become tangible. In term of Zonic, it gave a clarified definition of audible wave having a speed approaching in the air, meanwhile interpreting the meaning of Vision as the faculty of sight. Architecture, finally, was delivered by conforming sound to vision using the concept of the Equalizer. To reach people perception, Stu/D/O Architects turned this dynamic electronic signal of sound frequency components into architecture by using various intensity of the glazing façade.
- Architects: Stu/D/O Architects
- Project: Zonic Vision Office
- Location: Nonsi Road, Bangkok, Thailand
- Client: Zonic Vision Co.,Ltd.
- Structural Engineer: B.N.G. Engineering Ordinary Partnerships
- Design: 2010-2011
- Status: Completion 2013
Article source: URED architecture studio
Impact Hub Belgrade is a creative office space created through an adaptation and interior space renovation of the Events Hall in the former house of the headquarters of the Association of State Employees Purchasing Cooperatives. The construction of the building took place from mid-1928 until mid-1929 and was done according to the second-prize design of the architect Dimitrije M. Leko, one of the most important and staunchest representatives of academic art in Serbian interwar architecture.The building is considered to be a part of Serbian cultural heritage, which affirms its exceptionality and artistic, cultural and social significance.Thus preserving the authentic elements of the interior is one of the main characteristics of this project.
- Architects: URED architecture studio (Bojana Marković, Nikola Milanović, David Bilobrk, Ivana Jevremović, Hristina Stojanović)
- Project: Creative Office Space
- Location: Makedonska 21, Belgrade, Serbia
- Photography: Relja Ivanić
- Software used: Autodesk, Autocad LT
- Client: Impact Hub Belgrade, Njegoševa 12, Zemun
- Project type: Reconstruction and interior design
- Area: ~ 500.0 sqm
- Year: 2014
- Original project year: 1928
- Original design: prof. Dimitrije M. Leko, architect (1887-1964)