The main idea was to achieve two different areas - the private zone with the enclosed offices and a more public one with the open space offices, the exhibit area, the conference room and the kitchen.
I placed the enclosed offices on the left side, stacked one above the other, which [b]enabled me to obtain one extra office[/b], so a total of 6 offices (3 on the ground floor + 3 on the first floor) of about 15 square meters each plus the managers’ office which is located on the first floor, at the back, which is the biggest 24 square meters) and has the best view of all the areas.
If you consider that there is no need for an extra office you can use one of them yourself and either leave the office in the back (on the first floor) as an enclosed library, lounge or meeting space, or tear down the glass wall and use it as an open space for meetings, gaming room, lounge area, etc.
I kept the service entrance and placed an archive or storage nearby, the toilet is also at the back, on the ground floor. I placed a metallic or wooden stair between the service area at the back and the foyer/ open space, which allowed me us the space in between as a wardrobe for clients of employees or, if not necessary, as a library for books, magazines, flyers, etc.
The reception is small, with a desk for one, then the client enters the open space area (6 desks) which acts as a foyer.
The elevated (+0.45 m) exhibit space for 3D models of houses can also be used as a waiting or reading area for brochures etc. Under the elevated platform, at the front, there are integrated smart storage units with drawers which can store printed materials or 3D models for the exhibit area.
At the same level (+0.45 m) there is a lounge/ waiting area with a couch and an armchair which then opens to the kitchen area which has the required counter space. Inside the kitchen there is a high table made of raw wood with high seats which overlook the street, rendering the sense of public space (such as a coffee shop).
In order to build a second floor a metallic or wooden structure will have to be used and an additional column will have to be built, as I have marked it on the plan. The height of the spaces in these areas is 2,10 meters, which I think is enough. The offices themselves are quite large and are enclosed in glass walls which but if you wish these walls can be either retractable or you can choose not to build them, but I think they would better soundproof the working areas.
The conference space is large enough for 14 people, a projection screen and a cabinet for storage. It is situated on an elevated platform, overlooking the central open space area. For natural light I used a fixed window with a high, 2,85 m sill that can get some light from high glass walls of the kitchen and lounge area.
The main materials are wood – for the floors, ceilings and some walls (decorative panels), polished concrete (it is easier to clean and maintain) for the floors in the kitchen area, the lounge and in the conference space and stone accents for some walls in the open space area, in the kitchen, in the conference space and in the managerial office.
The furniture is made of metal and massive wood in the style you indicated, there are a few suspended lighting fixtures in the conference space, in the kitchen, in the lounge, and in the open space areas, while in the enclosed offices LED spotlights will be used.
Please check out the interactive panorama from the main open space (the .swf file) which can be opened with any internet browser – Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, Chrome, Opera, Safari, etc. Click and drag the mouse for a tour of the space, zoom in or out with the scroll wheel, just like in a game :)
There are still a few details which have to be thought through, but I hope you like it as much as I do,and I'm looking forward for a collaboration.
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