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    • INTERIOR DESIGN CONCEPTS Schematic Design Phase 60% Submission Microsoft Beijing West Campus April 4, 2008
    • About the 60% Schematic Design Submittal: • This submission is issued to gain user responses and comments for consideration and incorporation into the 100% submittal. • This feedback is critical for further development and to maintain project schedule goals. • The presentation that follows covers two main areas: Interior Design Concepts and Public Areas space design (floors 1-3). • We encourage all comments though we specifically desire ones dealing with the following issues: 1. Interior Planning and Design Concepts – Connectivity. Main Street, Side Street and Neighborhood. 2. Main Street - open and closed collaboration. 3. Campus Identity 4. Public Areas - circulation, image and character. 5. CTC, MRP, Food Service - functionality and connectivity. Thank you.
    • Interior Design Challenges: • Enhance campus connectivity • Express Microsoft brand identity • Create an exhilarating workplace environment • Maintain head count densities
    • Table of Contents: 1 Campus Connectivity 2 Campus Identity 3 Sky Garden Strategies 4 Lobby 5 MPR 6 CTC 7 Food Service 8 Program Verification/Confirmation
    • 1 Connectivity
    • 1.1 Campus Context
    • 1.2 Campus Context
    • 1.3 Connectivity: Campus Circulation Sky Garden - Bright and open Subdued and focused Collaboration Space Park Lot 19 Lot 17
    • 1.4 Connectivity: Main Street and Side Street Main Street Open/Closed Collaboration Side Street Work points/ Neighborhoods Partial 3D View
    • 1.5 Side Street and Neighborhoods Sky Garden Main Street Side Street Neighborhoods Building 19 Typical Floor Plan
    • 1.6 Main Street: Open Collaboration “Both formal and informal designed meeting rooms are recommended for providing more alternatives for different communication purpose to segregate activities and noise.” Ideationgroup Report
    • 1.7 Main Street: Closed Collaboration “According to the preferred company culture, the circulation could be designed in a light organic fashion to avoid rigid feelings in the workspace, as it’s a workplace to support people being more creative.” Ideationgroup report
    • 1.8 Side Street and Neighborhoods “Loosen up the space to gain more perceived privacy.” “Necessary technology support like printing and faxing would be more efficient to be located with direct and easy accessibility.” “Relocate the positions of private offices and workstations to maximize natural light and enhance through the use of transparent and translucent material as partitions.” Ideationgroup Report Collaboration and Individual Work Points
    • 2 Identity
    • 2.1 Microsoft Identity: Redmond Campus MS Branding Identity applied over a horizontal campus.
    • 2.2 Beijing West Campus Identity Main Street NW NE Main Street Main Street MS Branding Identity applied SW SE over a vertical campus. Main Street
    • 2.3 Beijing West Campus Identity: Elevator Lobby West Elevator Lobby East Elevator Lobby
    • 3 Sky Garden
    • 3.1 Sky Garden Options 1. Inside/Outside Eastern inside - Western outside Quiet inside - Active outside Park Lot 19 Lot 17 2. Orientation South/North (Yang and Yin) Sun and Shade Southern Northern Southern Northern Mountain and Water Exposure Exposure Exposure Exposure Warm and Cool Park Lot 19 Lot 17
    • 3.2 Sky Garden: Concept Sketch
    • 3.3 Sky Garden: Concept Sketch “Increased visual interest and more stimulating visuals to help motivate and inspire MS employees. Open informal collaborative space to support impromptu discussions or just for chilling out. The locations would be better to keep distances from workstations to minimize distractions” Ideationgroup Report
    • 4 Lobby
    • 4.1 Lobby Design Challenges: • Create an entry lobby with strong MS identity. • Coordinate space-plan requirements for levels one and two with circulation and “main street” concepts.
    • 4.2 Site Plan and First Floor Plans Lot 17 Lot 19 Lobby
    • 4.3 Circulation Plan and Main Street Park Lobby Elevators Lobby Main Street Forbidden City
    • 4.4 First Floor Lobby Lobby – Building 19 Exterior View
    • 4.5 First Floor Lobby “Enhance experience of MS’s unique culture, service and high quality of work.” Ideationgroup report Lobby – Building 19 Looking North
    • 4.6 First Floor Lobby Lobby – Building 17 Looking North
    • 5 MPR
    • 5.1 MPR Design Challenges: • Develop MPR as strong form and identity within lobby functions. • Maximize flexibility for MPR uses.
    • 5.2 Site Plan and First Floor Plans Lot 17 MPR Lot 19
    • 5.3 MPR: Enlarged Plan (Remote furniture storage) Divided Rooms Full Seminar-2/Conference(396 seats) Banquet with 10-seat tables(240 seats) Banquet with 6-seat tables(252 seats)
    • 5.4 MPR: Massing Study First Level View to MPR Second Level View to MPR
    • 5.5 MPR: Ceiling Concept First Level Interior MPR Mechanical Mechanical MPR Section with Vertical Lift Wall
    • 6 CTC
    • 6.1 CTC Design Challenges: • Create a strong first impression for Customer/Partners. • Communicate the CTC as an innovative, solution-driven environment. • Engage the Customer/Partner to facilitate communication and understanding.
    • 6.2 Site Plan and First Floor Plans CTC Lot 17 Lot 19
    • 6.3 CTC Floor Plans: Lot 17 First Floor 1. Lobby & Entry 7777 6 8 8 9 2. Solution Forum: 2A 2B 2C 2D A. E-Home – 64 m2 3 B. Reception/Partner Forum C. Server Display – 100 m2 1 D. Global NOC – 90 m2 5 3. Envision Zone – 140 m2 4. Cafe 5. TBC – 120 m2 6. ADS – 40 m2 7. HIC – 30 m2 8. EBC – 90 m2 9. DEV. – 30 m2 Second Floor 10. ADS/DEV 1 – 150 m2 11. ADS/DEV 2 – 110 m2 10 11
    • 6.4 CTC: First Floor 3D View Global NOC Server Display Partner Forum Entry E-home Envisioning Center Section – Solution Forum
    • 6.5 CTC: Entry and Server Display
    • 6.6 CTC Solution Forum: E-home and Partner Forum
    • 6.7 CTC Solution Forum: Global NOC
    • 6.8 CTC Envisioning Center: Entry
    • 7 Food Service
    • 7.1 Food Service Design Challenges: • Develop four dining venues that share a common level of quality yet provide unique experiences and services. • Encourage collaboration and connectivity. • Create a dining platform for Microsoft innovation.
    • 7.2 Circulation Plan and Main Street Park Lobby Elevators Lobby Main Street Forbidden City
    • 7.3 Site Plan and Third Floor Plan Grab and Go Lot 17 Cafeteria Lot 19
    • 7.4 Cafeteria: Floor Plan Entry, Nodes, Circulation Bridge Third Level – Building 19
    • 7.5 Cafeteria: Entry and Information Entry Entry Third Level – Building 19
    • 7.6 Cafeteria: General Seating Third Level – Building 19
    • 7.7 Cafeteria: Special Seating and Collaboration Team Seating Areas Third Level – Building 19
    • 7.8 Cafe: Asian Contemporary Kitchen Service Entry Tray Drop-off Queue Area Long counter with stools Open to Below Banquettes along glazing Second Level – Building 19
    • 7.9 Chinese Restaurant: Plush and Textural Open to Private Dining Rooms Below Host Entry M W Second Level – Building 19
    • 7.10 Grab and Go: Sleek and Fast Entry Lobby Third Level – Building 17
    • 8 Program Verification
    • 8.1 First Floor Plans Building 17 CTC Building 19 MPR Employee Services Training Center
    • 8.2 Second Floor Plans Building 17 PPT CTC Building 19 CAFÉ Restaurant Training Center Learning Center
    • 8.3 Third Floor Plans Building 17 PPT GRAB & GO CAFÉ GYM Building 19 CAFÉ / Food Court
    • 8.4 Typical Floor Plans Building 17 Open office Collaboration Building 19 Open office Collaboration
    • Interior Design Concept Assumptions: • This submittal includes previously presented material along with specific user input and refinements and represents a basis for design in future phases. • Individual user input that resulted in programmatic conflicts have not been addressed in this submittal. (Example: location of Learning Center) The 100% Schematic Design submission will include programmatic refinements based on blocking and stacking criteria for the entire campus. • The Typical Floor Plan is shown for concept development. It does not include specific user requirements based on stacking and blocking. • Further schematic design development will include input from disciplines such as lighting, acoustics, and audio/visual. • The floor plans shown in 8.1 – 8.4 represent program design areas approved at the end of core and shell design development.
    • Interior Design Concept Questions: 1. Design Concepts of Main Street, Side Street and Neighborhood were presented. Did these concepts achieve the goal of connectivity? 2. Is the Microsoft brand identity appropriately conveyed in this campus? 3. Two options for Sky Garden character were proposed. Do you have a preference? Are there any other relevant ways to distinguish these spaces? 4. Do the Public Spaces depicted convey the appropriate character for this project? 5. Please provide specific comments on the Lobby, MPR, CTC and Food Service areas. 6. Please review and comment on floor plans 8.1 – 8.4. Thank You