Office interior design for Andy’s Frozen Custard Home Office is completed by the architect Dake | Wells Architecture. An office construction which covers an area for about 3,400 square foot is located in Springfield, Missouri, USA. This office interior design is progressed in 2009.
For this office, the architectural and the interior design services are provided for this 3,400 square foot storefront renovation which is limited to $25 per square foot. From the deepest parts of the space, the design is organizes the program and re-engages the street through lighting, color and the views.
To achieve some challenge, the architect design solution is focuses on a folded “wrapper” organizing the space into thirds, it is to permit the views and admit the daylight from the street. While the “wrapper” is painted in red color, in reference to a bowl of cherries, the existing building shell is painted in white, a quiet bright color, a trademark topping of the client’s frozen custard.
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Inside this office, the aluminum awning windows salvaged from another project are rotated for about 90 degrees, and it is used as the casement to admit the north light to the workstations which giving each of the workstations an individual control of the daylight and the ventilation. A semi-private space without sacrificing the daylight is defines the translucent polycarbonate sliding doors.
The limited budget of this project is directed the solution toward making the use of the existing plumbing and mechanical system of this office interior design which is inspired the “wrapper”. Located on top of the wrapper, the high fluorescent light fixtures indirectly light the existing to the ceiling. While task lighting is utilized at each workstation, the wall mounted fixtures supplement the indirect lighting on one side and reinforce the perspective from the street.