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( Office Design )
DEFINITION OF OFFICE
 A location, usually a building or portion of a
building, where a company conducts its business. A
c...
HISTORY OF OFFICES:
The High Middle Ages (1000–1300) saw the rise of the
medieval chancery, which was usually the place wh...
TYPE OF OFFICES:
 CELLULAR office: is characterized by stringing together single and multi-
person offices along the buil...
 COMBINATION office: Combination of standardized one- and multi-person
offices for focused work, with significantly reduc...
TYPE OF OFFICES:
TEAM office: In the team office, there is a mix of office layouts within the office floor or
building. Th...
TYPE OF OFFICES:
OPEN SPACE office: Brings together the advantages of several office forms in open-
plan application scena...
OFFICE MODULES & AREAS:
One & two person office (cellular office), Secretarial
office, Reception & Waiting area. Open spac...
Secretarial office:
 The Secretariat is the heart of every company. This is where we put special
emphasis on freedom of a...
Reception & Waiting area:
 First representation of the company. Focal point of the
corporate identity. The company’s cult...
Open space office:
 Open Space is a multi-purpose area. The organization of such an area
requires an analysis of its plac...
Archiving:
 Archiving is closely linked with the rules governing the media on which data
are recorded, the number of copi...
Conference room & Seminar /
Workshop:
 The conference room is an area
of meetings of various kinds..
OFFICE MODULES & ARE...
COLOR USED IN OFFICES
Red For The Detail-Oriented. A powerful color, red can help increase
performance in employees who ha...
EXAMPLE OF TECHNOLOGY
There are some offices at Facebook that have some interesting designs. The
designers came up with an...
EXAMPLE OF TECHNOLOGY
Nowadays its possible to use warm colors in the offices that help the employs to
be active.
EXAMPLE OF TECHNOLOGY
Because employs sit on offices more than 12 hours so designers trying to
change the monotone of work...
LIGHTING
Lighting is one of the best, and easiest, ways to improve the office environment. The
challenge is that office li...
LIGHTING
Type of lighting used in offices
LIGHTING
 Light temperature
Warm light makes a space feel smaller, more comfortable and familiar, where
cooler light make...
NEW TRENDS:
 Its standout feature is a metal slide that staff can take to reach other places.
 Playfulness is a vital pa...
 Picnic benches:
NEW TRENDS:
NEW TRENDS:
 The Vision
NEW TRENDS:
An indoor sky:
BRINGING THE OUTDOORS IN
Natural is having a serious moment in design. Reclaimed wood panels
installations, exposed concre...
Added Facilities
more businesses are striving to provide everything they can to accommodate
their employee’s lifestyle and...
more glass walls
The fishbowl concept is expanding beyond just the corner office.
NEW TRENDS:
Amphitheaters as conference rooms
Co-working space company for the wide-open amphitheater-style meeting area. in New York
...
NEW TRENDS:
Health-conscious spaces
Google isn't the only company encouraging its employees to take a midday climb.
NEW TRENDS:
Brighter Walls
Colorful and bright walls keep workers awake and excited during the day.
Whiteboards and chalkb...
Creative light fixtures change traditional lacking any interest ceiling in modern
office
NEW TRENDS:
NEW TRENDS:
 Maximizing natural light within a lighting design is becoming popular
NEW TRENDS:
Color
Like 2015, 2016 will continue to display a high demand in bright, bold and vibrant
colors throughout com...
NEW TRENDS:
Sustainability
the general public become more conscientious about their impact on the environment.
Everything ...
EXAMPLES:
Prikarsa Office
 Architects Delution architect · Office Profile
 Location Jl. Casablanca No.88, Tebet, Kota Ja...
Prikarsa Office plan
PRIKARSA OFFICE SECTIONS
 The bright tone of this natural wood is well-blended when combined with
clean and clear glass element and the boldness o...
On several spots, synthetic trees are installed to
psychologically give out a shady impression.
Apart from building up the...
EXAMPLE
Google Amsterdam
EXAMPLE
 360 HQ office
 architects redg Corporation Ltd. · Office Profile
 Location Beijing, Beijing, China
 Chief Des...
EXAMPLE
These 'Future Collider', sitting on bamboo flooring, are constructed by using
straw board
EXAMPLE OF ECO FRIENDLY OFFICES
 BRANDBASE OFFICE IN THE NETHERLANDS BY MOST ARCHITECTURE
Through the use of pallets, the...
EXAMPLE OF ECO FRIENDLY OFFICES
 BRANDBASE OFFICE IN THE NETHERLANDS BY MOST ARCHITECTURE
EXAMPLE OF HIGH TIC OFFICE
PKO Bank Polski
On the walls of the office you can see how this spectacular three dimensional l...
EXAMPLE OF HIGH TIC OFFICE
PKO Bank Polski
A full consequence of the colorful palette – black, white and gold, can be seen
when you enter their office. You simply ca...
REFERENCES
 http://www.archdaily.com/381171/360-hq-office-edg-
corporation-ltd
 http://www.constructionweekonline.com/ar...
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  1. 1. ( Office Design )
  2. 2. DEFINITION OF OFFICE  A location, usually a building or portion of a building, where a company conducts its business. A company can have just one office, known as its home office, or a main office and a variety of field offices or branch offices which people work at a disk doing business or professional activates it also a place to meet clients
  3. 3. HISTORY OF OFFICES: The High Middle Ages (1000–1300) saw the rise of the medieval chancery, which was usually the place where most government letters were written and where laws were copied in the administration of a kingdom. The rooms of the chancery often had walls full of pigeonholes, constructed to hold rolled up pieces of parchment for safekeeping or ready reference, a precursor to the book shelf. The introduction of printing during the Renaissance did not change these early government offices much. An early European office Medieval illustrations, such as paintings or tapestries, often show people in their private offices handling record-keeping books or writing on scrolls of parchment. All kinds of writings seemed to be mixed in these early forms of offices. Before the invention of the printing press and its distribution there was often a very thin line between a private office and a private library since books were read or written in the same space at the same desk or table, and general accounting and personal or private letters were also done there.
  4. 4. TYPE OF OFFICES:  CELLULAR office: is characterized by stringing together single and multi- person offices along the building’s facade; a common corridor provides access. The cellular office is particularly well-suited for companies that want to support autonomous work that requires concentration and facilitate confidential meetings. Offices with a door are still regarded today as a status symbol. A relatively low maximum occupancy rate is taken into account in this type of office.  Autonomous, focused work  Confidential meetings  Status
  5. 5.  COMBINATION office: Combination of standardized one- and multi-person offices for focused work, with significantly reduced floor space. Communication occurs in the interior multi-functional shared area (central area). Hallway walls are transparent in order to provide the central area with natural light. The central zone also serves as the central meeting point for exchange, interaction and support areas. In combination offices, people switch frequently between individual work requiring concentration and communicative project or team work. The maximum occupancy rate is greater than in the cellular office.  Focused work  Communication in the central zone  Transparency: Visual contact possible thanks to central break-out area  For frequent shifts between focused individual work and more communicative project or team work TYPE OF OFFICES:
  6. 6. TYPE OF OFFICES: TEAM office: In the team office, there is a mix of office layouts within the office floor or building. The focus is on the variability and flexibility of office layouts. Designed to be partially open and transparent, or modified at short notice for a company’s special requirements. It is suitable for a wide array of work, such as team building and structuring, project work, concentration, and communication. The maximum occupancy rate is also somewhat higher for this office layout. •High flexibility •Mix of office types •Team building and organization •Project work •Concentration •Communications
  7. 7. TYPE OF OFFICES: OPEN SPACE office: Brings together the advantages of several office forms in open- plan application scenarios. Communication and the quality of interaction become the focus without mitigating privacy and the opportunity to concentrate. Employees choose the zones and areas that are best suited to their activities. Space efficiency is achieved with compacted, non-territorial workplace areas. •Efficient use of space •Flexibility in open-plan application scenarios •Openness and exchange of knowledge •Communications •Quality of interaction
  8. 8. OFFICE MODULES & AREAS: One & two person office (cellular office), Secretarial office, Reception & Waiting area. Open space office, Call center, Archiving, Conference room & Seminar, Workshop
  9. 9. Secretarial office:  The Secretariat is the heart of every company. This is where we put special emphasis on freedom of action in the field of information management, documentation and tools necessary to work in this position. It combines elements of accessibility and privacy. The competent organization of this area can compensate for both functions. OFFICE MODULES & AREAS:
  10. 10. Reception & Waiting area:  First representation of the company. Focal point of the corporate identity. The company’s culture is manifested and represented to staff members and visitors.  The reception: a successful profile depends on the first impression. The reception is a place of first contact with the client’s organizational culture. Regardless of which occupies an area must meet the same function - to be properly organized, which give the possibility of cooperation with other organizations so that customers quickly and efficiently receive reliable information.  Professional design represents the company and demonstrates respect towards the visitor. The company’s culture, image symbols, details and processes are imprinted in the memory of the person waiting. OFFICE MODULES & AREAS:
  11. 11. Open space office:  Open Space is a multi-purpose area. The organization of such an area requires an analysis of its place in the structure of the company.. OFFICE MODULES & AREAS:
  12. 12. Archiving:  Archiving is closely linked with the rules governing the media on which data are recorded, the number of copies required, duration and location of their storage, available at various levels of management and to safeguard against access of unauthorized persons. Such information shall ensure the proper organization of work space. OFFICE MODULES & AREAS:
  13. 13. Conference room & Seminar / Workshop:  The conference room is an area of meetings of various kinds.. OFFICE MODULES & AREAS:
  14. 14. COLOR USED IN OFFICES Red For The Detail-Oriented. A powerful color, red can help increase performance in employees who have detail-oriented assignments. Blue For Creative Types. Blue is calming. It also helps people with creativity by opening the mind to new ideas. In the workplace, blue would be a good color in a room that is used for brainstorming. Don't Paint Conference Rooms Yellow. The color of optimism, yellow is stimulating. Too much of it, however, can cause anxiety, and studies show that people are more likely to lose their temper in yellow rooms, which might make it a bad choice for conference rooms. Green For Inspiring Innovation. Similar to blue, green is a calming color that promotes harmony and balance. It also can enhance creative performance, according to study. Green would be a good choice in an office where innovation is a key component Avoid Gray To Keep Morale Up. While gray is psychologically neutral, the color also lacks energy. It is suppressive and prepares people for hibernationa. Heavy use of gray can foster a lack of confidence and even depression. This color should be used in small amounts in an office and offset by a brighter color, such as red or yellow
  15. 15. EXAMPLE OF TECHNOLOGY There are some offices at Facebook that have some interesting designs. The designers came up with an exceptional solution to maximize coveted offices with windows. They turned some of the exterior offices at an angle allowing one of the corners to protrude outside of the building’s exterior wall. Now, a lot more people can have a corner office.
  16. 16. EXAMPLE OF TECHNOLOGY Nowadays its possible to use warm colors in the offices that help the employs to be active.
  17. 17. EXAMPLE OF TECHNOLOGY Because employs sit on offices more than 12 hours so designers trying to change the monotone of working in offices all of these hours by making them feel that they are in their homes with every place, this make them more creative and work more without stress
  18. 18. LIGHTING Lighting is one of the best, and easiest, ways to improve the office environment. The challenge is that office lighting plans must be cohesive and effectively illuminate different types of spaces that coexist under one roof: the reception area, open office space and private offices of varying sizes. It must represent and reinforce the corporate image. that enhances the feeling of well-being and productivity of the office staff. • Create a flexible lighting plan that enables employees to perform tasks comfortably, effectively, and safely. • Allow a comfortable transition from space to space. • Design a lighting plan for long-term employee comfort, with a proper balance of energy savings and lighting quality. • Integrate and control daylight to improve employee morale and cut energy costs. The primary function of lighting in the office space is to support work. It effects the ambiance in the office; it effects how employees, clients and customers view the company and it’s image. It has a profound effect on the feeling of well-being and productivity of the office staff. Therefore, it is essential that office lighting be included as a vital consideration towards the successful operation of any business.
  19. 19. LIGHTING Type of lighting used in offices
  20. 20. LIGHTING  Light temperature Warm light makes a space feel smaller, more comfortable and familiar, where cooler light make areas appear more spacious.
  21. 21. NEW TRENDS:  Its standout feature is a metal slide that staff can take to reach other places.  Playfulness is a vital part of creativity, says Matt Kingdon
  22. 22.  Picnic benches: NEW TRENDS:
  23. 23. NEW TRENDS:  The Vision
  24. 24. NEW TRENDS: An indoor sky:
  25. 25. BRINGING THE OUTDOORS IN Natural is having a serious moment in design. Reclaimed wood panels installations, exposed concrete flooring, and incorporating natural flower patterns in fabrics and art works People work better when they don't feel like they are coped up inside all day NEW TRENDS:
  26. 26. Added Facilities more businesses are striving to provide everything they can to accommodate their employee’s lifestyle and schedules. Kitchens and lunch rooms should be a place where co-workers can enjoy some social time together as well as grab a coffee or sit down for a meal. Some offices even have gymnasiums, games rooms, and swimming pools with shower facilities. By adapting an office space to fit these needs, matching that work/life balance becomes easily attainable. NEW TRENDS:
  27. 27. more glass walls The fishbowl concept is expanding beyond just the corner office. NEW TRENDS:
  28. 28. Amphitheaters as conference rooms Co-working space company for the wide-open amphitheater-style meeting area. in New York City office is designed around this eye-catching centralized meeting spot NEW TRENDS:
  29. 29. NEW TRENDS: Health-conscious spaces Google isn't the only company encouraging its employees to take a midday climb.
  30. 30. NEW TRENDS: Brighter Walls Colorful and bright walls keep workers awake and excited during the day. Whiteboards and chalkboards throughout the office help get creative juices flowing. Implementing these creative outlets for workers keeps the office fun and open to new ideas and concepts. Many creative spaces have beanbags, board games and other entertainment pieces for workers to use during breaks. Modern furniture will also brighten up office space and create a clean, fresh look.
  31. 31. Creative light fixtures change traditional lacking any interest ceiling in modern office NEW TRENDS:
  32. 32. NEW TRENDS:  Maximizing natural light within a lighting design is becoming popular
  33. 33. NEW TRENDS: Color Like 2015, 2016 will continue to display a high demand in bright, bold and vibrant colors throughout commercial environments. Colors not only add a sense of identity and personality to a space but they are also key to supporting and enhancing your company brand. There have also been various studies suggesting that particular colors can improve the way we think and act
  34. 34. NEW TRENDS: Sustainability the general public become more conscientious about their impact on the environment. Everything from cycling to work schemes, composting, recycling programs, to sourcing goods from sustainable resources are put into place, and office layouts are optimized to use maximum light from outside, and insulated to keep heat inside. Grey water systems, solar, wind, and geothermal energy, top grade windows, flooring and exterior walls are just a few ways that an eco-conscious design can be incorporated into the workplace
  35. 35. EXAMPLES: Prikarsa Office  Architects Delution architect · Office Profile  Location Jl. Casablanca No.88, Tebet, Kota Jakarta Selatan, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 12960, Indonesia  Area 230.0 sqm  Project Year 2015 The Kota Casablanca-located project is a building of 13-unit rented office spaces. This particular project is targeted for small growing companies or branch offices with only 2-5 employees. With a contemporary style and tone, this office building implements black Natural Sungai Wood element combinations on several interior elements such as frames, doors, ceilings, furniture, pantry, wall decorative element and lobby & lounge ceiling.
  36. 36. Prikarsa Office plan
  37. 37. PRIKARSA OFFICE SECTIONS
  38. 38.  The bright tone of this natural wood is well-blended when combined with clean and clear glass element and the boldness of black color.  The combination makes a well-structured tone composition. The walls and ceilings in lobby and lounge area are decorated with panels made of black checkered pattern where the black color is actually a gap that is not filled with wood panel. The whole arrangement creates a strong image of a café-like atmosphere thus the tenants may have more enjoyable working experience. Prikarsa Office
  39. 39. On several spots, synthetic trees are installed to psychologically give out a shady impression. Apart from building up the aesthetic aspect, the designer implements a green design space concept in order to allow sunlight entering the innermost room in the office floor plan. This is especially visible in the room with a top clear glass ceiling which allows the sunlight to be dispersed evenly throughout the room. Lastly, the lighting concept adopts a warm atmosphere through the placement of uniformly white-toned lamps which in turn warms up the working environment in the office. Prikarsa Office
  40. 40. EXAMPLE Google Amsterdam
  41. 41. EXAMPLE  360 HQ office  architects redg Corporation Ltd. · Office Profile  Location Beijing, Beijing, China  Chief Designer David Ho  Designer Echo Zhang, Serena Shu, Tian Ren  Area 36000.0 sqm  Project Year 2013
  42. 42. EXAMPLE These 'Future Collider', sitting on bamboo flooring, are constructed by using straw board
  43. 43. EXAMPLE OF ECO FRIENDLY OFFICES  BRANDBASE OFFICE IN THE NETHERLANDS BY MOST ARCHITECTURE Through the use of pallets, they were able to create an open, informal design that is also eco-friendly.
  44. 44. EXAMPLE OF ECO FRIENDLY OFFICES  BRANDBASE OFFICE IN THE NETHERLANDS BY MOST ARCHITECTURE
  45. 45. EXAMPLE OF HIGH TIC OFFICE PKO Bank Polski On the walls of the office you can see how this spectacular three dimensional lines are playing its merging game of design patterns. On the project stage everything looked easy to execute, while on the realization stage the task turned out to be not so easy. It is very hard to reproduce the software project into the real life. The dynamical aesthetics had to meet mathematical problems, but as a result the interior of the place completely communicated all the Bank’s brand key values.
  46. 46. EXAMPLE OF HIGH TIC OFFICE PKO Bank Polski
  47. 47. A full consequence of the colorful palette – black, white and gold, can be seen when you enter their office. You simply can’t stay indifferent. Black and white are used as contrast elements that outline certain decorative elements or take away the eye-catching accents from them, while the gold symbolizes material power and represents the function of the building. As for the functional distribution of areas, we have to mention that they are clearly separated in two – customer area and office part EXAMPLE OF HIGH TIC OFFICE PKO Bank Polski
  48. 48. REFERENCES  http://www.archdaily.com/381171/360-hq-office-edg- corporation-ltd  http://www.constructionweekonline.com/article- 11283-8-design-trends-for-a-post-recession-world/  http://www.home-designing.com/2010/07/adobes- office-pictures  http://www.dezeen.com/2014/06/27/wieden- kennedy-offices-new-york-workac/  http://www.archdaily.com/search/projects?page=7

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