Thursday, March 31, 2011

Print Corps

Over the past 72 hours I have spent about 45 of them working on this project. I am very proud of it. I hope after graduation to go into commercial design and this project emphasized that so much more! I had a great time working on it. Check it out!

This is a publishing company - Print Corps who are based in Rogers, Arkansas. The company is based on a linear hierarchy system where all team members are considered equals. This idea was expanded upon in my concept, Openness and Collaboration.

Rendered Plan and Mezzanine Level

 Hi! Welcome to Print Corps! This is the reception area.

This image is looking toward the south of the building. It shows how open the floor plan is and looks into the archive space in the very back.

This image gives a closer look at the workstations and how easily employees can work together. It also shows the ramp for accessibility on the right side.

This is a great view of the collaboration areas. This is used as a place to meet with clients and other team members without disrupting those working around you.

This is one of my favorite images. It is a view on the mezzanine level of a conference area which leads into the exhibition space. It is a very large space that can be used for many different events. The display stands are on casters and can be moved whenever necessary.

Up next are rendered section views of the building.  

This looks to the north of the building through the mezzanine and the stairs.
This looks through the west of the building. It shows workstations and the stepped foundation and the stairs leading to the mezzanine.

This is an exploded view of the ramp in the previous image. It expresses more clearly the stepped foundation.

 This looks east in the building. It shows all of the natural light that is being let into the building as well as collaboration spaces and the stepped foundation.

Last but not least I created a logo for the company.

I hope you have enjoyed this mini presentation!
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