Office interior design is completed designed by the Mack Scogin Merrill Elam Architects interior designer. The architect has designed a contemporary lobby interior design in a Two Alliance Office which based in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. This lobby interior design is designed in an office and it is covers area for about 6,000 square foot, this project is progressed in 2009.
A 6,000 square foot lobby which based in Alliance Center is completed designed by the Mack Scogin Merrill Elam Architects. This office is a speculative office complex which is precisely located in central Buckhead, it is just north of the downtown in Atlanta. This lobby which designed by the architect is serves Two Alliance, a new office tower which is already under construction when the design of the office lobby is proposed as a means to create a dynamic entrance experience. By way of a crystalline glass entrance pavilion, the plaza space between the One Alliance and Two Alliance towers are pours into the generously scaled lobby space. The glass pavilion is opens onto an elegant light-filled lobby of rich, exotic wood, glistening white terrazzo, an energetic sculpted ceiling and a finely crafted detail.
Designed by the architect, the office lobby complex geometries of the ceiling structure and the insertion of the boxes into the floor invert the traditional ceiling/floor relationship; lobby ceiling as the landscape and the lobby floor as the light. Which has a 75% light transmittance, the office lobby surface of the floor boxes is comprised of the slip-resistant, laminated the translucent glass. There are three shapes of the glass panels. These glass panels are rotated in plan and scattered throughout the lobby, it is in order to evenly light the ceiling above.
The up-lighting of the office lobby are 150-watt metal halide lamps which is set twenty below the surface of the glass. in a relation to each other and set beneath the glass, two half-inch-thick metal louver grids (it is half inch by half inch) which are rotated for about 30 degrees. The rotated louvers is diffuses the light, it is reducing the appearance of the hot spots on the surface of the glass and it is preventing the direct glare.
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The track-mounted seventy-watt adjustable metal halide light which is set in recessed ceiling coves is washes the wood wall panels, complementary to the up-lights in the floor. The custom stainless steel light fixtures with the florescent lamps wash the elevator office lobby ceilings at the head of the elevator doors.
GFRG, a Glass Fiber Reinforced Gypsum, is achieves the precise geometric intersections of the office lobby ceiling. A subtle effect which is found on the ceiling is created by the custom floor-mounted up-light; it is also provide enough light to comfortably illuminate the office lobby without causing discordance to those passing through.
The interior materials is include a Makore wood veneer wall panels, terrazzo floor which completed with the zinc divider strips, a pained GFRG and a gypsum wall board which is found at the ceiling and the office glass. There are twenty-nine up-light ad thirty lines of zinc divider strips in the floor with the three forms of the lights which is rotated for variety. The office lobby ceiling is comprised of the forty planes and two hundred and ten points of the intersections.
Architect: Mack Scogin Merrill Elam Architects
Location: Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Project Team: Mack Scogin (principal-in-charge), Merrill Elam (collaborating principal), Barrett Feldman (project manager), Matthew Leach, Barnum Tiller, Misty Boykin, Helen Han
Lighting Consultant: Gabler-Youngston
General Contractor: The Beck Group
Wood Company: Onsite Woodwork Corporation
Electrical Services: Cleveland Electric Company
Project Area: 6,000 sqf
Project Year: 2009
Photographs: Timothy Hursley, Mack Scogin Merrill Elam Architects