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Cubicle Concept for FARAM

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Info Age Office and the Human Within - IED Masters 2007
It will focus on the ability to change the actual stiff and unhealthy conditions of the common
workspace into something more pleasant and flexible.

It’s about how the workspace is no longer a definitive and unchangeable environment

It’s about using a minimum workspace, but achieving the maximum in it

It’s about creating a positive working atmosphere for the human being, that can easily adapt or
convert to another depending on many factors that can occur during the day ...

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Cubicle Concept for FARAM

  1. 1. Ayse Gul Muftuoglu_ Catalina Padilla _Erturk Ural_ Roberta Maranhao Prof. Peter Solomon Master 2007 minimize my workspace maximize my workday!!!
  2. 2. We are going to present... An evolution of the existent cubicle . INTRODUCTION RESEARCH CONCEPT DESIGN
  3. 3. <ul><li>Using the same workspace for collective or independent work </li></ul><ul><li>Plus feeling comfortable and motivated, no matter the sittuation! </li></ul>Basic concept INTRODUCTION RESEARCH CONCEPT DESIGN
  4. 4. What a person does in an office and particullary in yours own workspace. arrive work alone take breaks INTRODUCTION RESEARCH CONCEPT DESIGN What happens in the private workspace?
  5. 5. work with colleagues informal meetings formal meetings INTRODUCTION RESEARCH CONCEPT DESIGN What happens in the private workspace?
  6. 6. “ i need more space and flexibility!!!” INTRODUCTION RESEARCH CONCEPT DESIGN The negative aspects... In the existing cubicle “ It’s impossible to work in group in such a small space!!!” You feel trapped Have to go somewhere else to meet
  7. 7. INTRODUCTION RESEARCH CONCEPT DESIGN SO... So the problem is NOT having the possibility to perform different kinds of works in the same space, the COLLECTIVE and the INDIVIDUAL .
  8. 8. Not just open the box Think of all the possibilities What should it be like ? INTRODUCTION RESEARCH CONCEPT DESIGN The workstation WHY
  9. 9. 6.6 billion people live on earth. Most of them work at offices. There are thousands of office buildings located on valuable lands Space is precious... Why minimum ? INTRODUCTION RESEARCH CONCEPT DESIGN The minimum space
  10. 10. By using work stations more personal can fit in a smaller space Smaller space equates to lower rent Keeping the measurements of a workstation at minimum But maximizing the productivity and comfort of your work space.. INTRODUCTION RESEARCH CONCEPT DESIGN The minimum space
  11. 11. INTRODUCTION RESEARCH CONCEPT DESIGN We want the MAXIMUM from the workspace
  12. 12. THAT’S OUR GOAL!!! Create a workspace that suits different types of work Giving the minimum space but the maximum performance and satisfaction!!!
  13. 13. INTRODUCTION RESEARCH CONCEPT DESIGN A workspace that quickly transforms from one situation to another, providing the maximum experience no matter the circumstance. We want...
  14. 14. INTRODUCTION RESEARCH CONCEPT DESIGN Satisfying this two conditions of work, alone and group, mainly focusing on the worker contentment and again giving the MAXIMUM EXPERIENCE from the minimum space !!! It’s about...
  15. 15. This concept is about changing, evolving!!! You are in constant transformation, during the day. Your mood, your behaviour, your emotions, your needs, everything changes, why not your workstation? or + INTRODUCTION RESEARCH CONCEPT DESIGN An evolution of the workspace and the human within
  16. 16. INTRODUCTION RESEARCH CONCEPT DESIGN The project
  17. 17. INTRODUCTION RESEARCH CONCEPT DESIGN The phases
  18. 18. INDIVIDUAL privacy confidence satisfaction
  19. 19. INTRODUCTION RESEARCH CONCEPT DESIGN Relaxing Comfort Privacy Protection
  20. 20. INTRODUCTION RESEARCH CONCEPT DESIGN Working Concentration Active Alert Welcoming
  21. 21. COLLECTIVE interaction harmony excitement
  22. 22. INTRODUCTION RESEARCH CONCEPT DESIGN Informal Casual interaction Easy circulation
  23. 23. INTRODUCTION RESEARCH CONCEPT DESIGN Formal Face to face interaction Less personal
  24. 24. INTRODUCTION RESEARCH CONCEPT DESIGN Adjustability
  25. 25. RENDER PERSON SEATED IN THE RELAXING AREA INTRODUCTION RESEARCH CONCEPT DESIGN Relaxing
  26. 26. INTRODUCTION RESEARCH CONCEPT DESIGN Working Alone
  27. 27. RENDER OF GROUP OF 4 PEOPLE (2 seated, 2 standed) LOOKING AT THE BOARD AND COMPUTER SCREEN (table opened, turned) INTRODUCTION RESEARCH CONCEPT DESIGN Informal work
  28. 28. RENDER PERSON SEATED IN THE TABLE FACING OTHER PERSON (boss) INTRODUCTION RESEARCH CONCEPT DESIGN Formal Work
  29. 29. INTRODUCTION RESEARCH CONCEPT DESIGN Colors Materials Finishes Relaxing Area Working/Active Area Structure Details in metal
  30. 30. INTRODUCTION RESEARCH CONCEPT DESIGN Colors Materials Finishes Individual Area Social Area Flooring Seating Structure Laminated White glossy finish Resin Light gray glossy finish by Gobbeto Light gray carpet Soft Polyolefin foam Contessa Chair
  31. 31. INTRODUCTION RESEARCH CONCEPT DESIGN Colors Finishes SOFT POLYOLEFIN FOAM STAINLESS STEEL GLOSSY MDF Materials
  32. 32. So concluding... 9am 6pm 12pm C N H A G E Giving comfort, well being, a workspace that suit the changes throughout the day, always feeling good, ALONE or in GROUP .
  33. 33. Grazie!!!!

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