Thursday, February 9, 2012


After a long road of work (about a week and a half. haha) I have a plan that seems very functional and appropriate for my project type. Remember, this is a Police Department and Courtroom in North Little Rock, Arkansas. The plan is missing a few chairs, the storage units for evidence and records and all the gym equipment (among other things) but you get the general idea.

For the record: I have the plan as large as it will get on here but for a closer look it might be able to download larger.

I am still in the process of finishing obviously, but that is what this semester is all about...DESIGNING this facility!

Here are some 3D images of the workstations. Keep in mind these are just the manufacturer drawings and are not the materials used in the project necessarily.
This will be used in all managerial type offices. Note the openness of the office
but there is still a great amount of storage space for the user. 
This will be used for administrative offices. Note the storage area at the edge of
each workstation for personal belongings.

This will be used for all investigator offices. There is a lot of space for storage as well as work surface area in this workstation. Panels can be raised between each workstation as well for greater auditory and visual privacy. 

I can't wait to show you more next week! It will be great fun!

As always, comments are welcome and appreciated!


  1. Looks good! I like how everything is included. Good job.

  2. I like how the office furniture varies depending on the job position. The floor plan looks good, really simple, I like it. Not sure about the angled wall between the break room and records/evidence room. I see that it's supposed to echo the entry wall angle, but that may not be noticed/appreciated, it may just make the space awkward. Is there any other reason to angle that wall besides mimicing the entry wall? Overall it looks awesome!