We are proposing 2 options of layout for this Searchlogic Media Office HQ renovation.
The working area is divided into 2 area as we intended to incorporate the window portion of the 2nd unit to be the teleconferencing/private rooms. 4 1 cluster of 4 seats are sitting in Unit 106, while the rest of 2 clusters (8 seats) are located in the Unit 107. The advantage of having this configuration is that the entrance door and reception area will be entirely covered/attended by the occupants. While the disadvantage of this configuration is that there will be some of the team member separated from the rest of the team.
The flooring and ceiling material remains as per existing, while additional green carpet made of PP or artificial grass is added to be overlaid to mark the circulation area to blend with the existing natural wood finishes.
In this configuration we are consolidating all of the tables in Unit 107. Therefore the Unit 106 is occupied by teleconference/private rooms and the existing conference area. The advantage of having this configuration is that there is a spacious working area available at Unit 107, while the privacy required by the private rooms can also be maintained as they are situated separately from where most of the occupants of the space are sitting. The disadvantage is that the entrance corridor will be unattended, but this can be covered by installing CCTV or any live monitoring system which can be accessible from the desktop.
As in the 1st option, flooring and ceiling material remains as per existing. The "greenery effect is now transferred to the wall of the reception area, situated next to the entrance door and the wall opposite to it.
As for the blue color which is the corporate color of the client, we intended to keep it on the logo, therefore the particular color will not be applied on any of the proposed material in order to avoid "over exploiting" the corporate color as we believe that corporate color is to be kept "sacred". The logo can be applied on the timber striped wall using stainless steel cut-out or illuminated acrylic feature.