Tag Archives: Office Interior
Assembling the pieces and putting it all together
We spent the past few months helping the guys at P3 Entertainment with some of the more mundane aspects of our project. Things such as figuring out the budget and schedule for our project are in some way just as critical as having a nice design. Once the lease for the new space was finalized and the construction documentation process officially started, things starts to move quite a bit faster! During the earlier design phase, we tend to keep things a bit open ended but once the drawing starts we’ll need to start making decisions and sticking to them!
In this week’s EZarchitecture-Work podcast, we will discuss the design for the Bloomberg LP Headquarters building , located in Midtown NYC.
It is the headquarters of one of the largest financial software, media, and data companies of the world.
Here is our discussion regarding the building and Bloomberg Headquarters LP. Check out our Podcast!
All about the specifying of the specifics!
As is often the case in many commercial lease in New York City, the landlord has agree to help built out the tenant space in according our needs. This can take place in a variety of scenarios; the landlord can provide a dollar per square foot contribution to the construction budget, or in other instances build out the space using their own contractor and architect in accordance to design provided by the tenant.
Finding inspiration in the most unlikely places, since …
We spent the past two weeks experimenting and refining our layout, although there are one and two areas where that process continues. This week we will focus on finding a theme that will define the character of our space design.
Small is not just for home,
Space constrain is always an issue for just about any urban based environment, regardless of the type or nature of the project we are designing for. So we are always on the lookout for unconventional and flexible ways to maximize the function of any space. We looked at several examples of projects designed with moving partitions and shelving. Such as Gary Chang’s transformer apartment: link. But surprisingly we find a lot less examples of similar thinking for the design of the work environment.