PROJECT DESCRIPTIONS

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THE LENSE THROUGH WHICH WE SEE THE WORLD
Corning Gallery Design :: Sullivan Park, Erwin, New York
The design objective for this particular project was to establish their legacy, interactive exhibit capability, enable collaboration for their clients. The gallery is designed to be highly flexible to bring together clients and capabilities through flexible collaborative design and to creat a brand vision of Coring.

CYBER-SECURITY GLOBAL HUB – GATEWAY TO THE WORLD
Symantec Cambridge Workplace Design :: 2 Canal Park, Cambridge
The Symantec workplace experience is about ‘High-performance Integration’, which
is a technology-rich environment that provides a sense of well-being for its employees.
It’s a place where you can be more productive in work and at life, through globally
connected workspaces, energetic collaboration spaces, and a host of services and
amenities so that people can focus on being their most productive.

THE LAYERS OF FIVE ELEMENTS
Zenity Workplace Design :: 2490 Sand Hill Road, Menlo Park
The design intent is to bring the outside landscape into the workspace, and to bring the inside cleanness feeling out to the landscape Layers of five elements create a harmony with space.

MOVING FORWARD
Rohan Lifescapes Headquarters :: 112 Hira Bhavan, Raja Ram Mohan Roy Road, Mumbai, India
In a fast paced world where technology, culture, and society move with increased speed, Rohan’s new office meets these challenges head on. Design is an exercise in the power of scale, using the lotus blossom as an enduring symbol of inspiration. We have taken modern complexity, and a piece of India’s history and designed a space that allows you a moment to pause.

SEGMENTS TO AN ENTITY
Littler Mendelson :: 333 Bush Street 33rd & 34th Floors San Francisco
Littler Mendelson is the largest U.S.-based law firm exclusively devoted to representing management in employment, employee benefit, executive compensation, and labour law matters. The inspiration of the design came from Littler’s company philosophy which is “Diversity & Inclusion”. The client beilves that the diversity as a core cultural value that is critical to their continued success. The space designed for representing the diversity as a core key value to provide high performance work environment that maximize employee productivity and partnership, further more, to offer the best value to all usuer.

INNOVATIVE AND FULL OF HEART
Saint Mark’s Day School
:: 39 Trellis Driveway San Rafael, CA, USA
Saint Mark’s Day School is an Independent K-8 School in Marin County. An existing portal into the heart of the campus, the design approach was to unite a flexible, strong academic learning space with a diverse and inclusive community.
Sustainability and environmental stewardship are being considered in every aspect of its development. A LEED Platinum certification from the US. Green Building Council is anticipated. The new building will be open in the fall of 2016.

APPLE PREMIUM RESELLER
:: located in locations all over Asia and Europe.
GENEROSITY OF SPACE
A well-designed store is one that balances the need for display space,
storage and generous areas for customers to interact.
CIRCULATION
A key characteristic of the APR store is the clear division of space to
create distinct areas.
FOCUSED ENVIRONMENT
This ‘less is more’ principle should be carried throughout every aspect
of the store. By categorizing and creating single displays for each product group, focal points are created, allowing easy navigation of the store.

GIMME HOME, GIMME PURPOSE
The Low Line :: 1028 Market St, San Francisco
The Low Line is a non-profit art complex designed to fulfill
the community’s desire for a cultural and retail hot spot
within the Mid-Market Street district. The profit from all retail items purchased in the complex will directly benefit the
working artist studios, thus inextricably linking the earnings from the complex to benefit the art community. The window design celebrates the history of Victorian era in San Francisco.
The indoor street of the complex bridges the cultures on Market and Golden Gate Streets. This strip mimics the same convenience of walking down “one continuous environment” as people enjoy refreshments, shopping and public art spaces.

COMMUNITY HARVEST
Alameda County Community Food Bank :: 7900 Edgewater Dr, Oakland, CA
This senior level engage studio course addressed design issues raised by the operation and interaction of several different partners including: interior design students at California College of the Arts, the staff at Alameda County Community Food Bank (ACCFB), volunteers and their partner agencies, as well as the public support. ACCFB requires efficiency in multiple aspects: wide circulation for moving equipment, spatial flexibility for overflow storage and accommodating events, time efficiency in shopping for
shoppers and easy product display for warehouse Staff. The Design emphasizes efficient space
organization for both ACCFB’s staff and agency shoppers.

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