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TOMS SHOES Brianne Sewell


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Table of Contents

Client Clarification

5

Sustainable Initiatives 6

Relationship Diagrams 8

Criteria Matrix

9

Prototypicals

10

Schematic Design

11-12

Final Space Plan

13

Renderings

14-17

Corporate Hierarchy

7

Layout by Sean Serafini


Community The use of conversation provoking systems furniture along with open planning will allow for collaboration and team work within the staff at Toms shoes. Environmentally friendly finishes, furniture and practices will create a healthy work environment that can be enjoyed by all.

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Function

Create a space which encourages conversation, team work and motivation while maintaining a professional appearance

Form

Create a space that exhibits sustainable and economically responsible attributes while invoking community interaction

Economy Create a space that will stand the test of changing styles to be in keeping with the goals of the company

Time Create a space that is flexible enough to handle change within the company and economy

3


Toms shoes was started by one man , Blake Mycoskie. In 2006 Blake launched Toms shoes in Venice, California with much success. Since then Toms has only continued to grow. They are a family, all dedicated to the same goal. Toms designs and sells shoes but the main goal is to give a child in need a pair of shoes for every pair sold. Blake Mycoskie sheds new light on being a successful philanthropist. One for one.

4


Client Clarification How many people will be based out of this office? 35 What kind of environment would you like to achieve? A collaborative, fun environment What is your environment like currently? It is very collaborative and like a neighborhood but it is very noisy. What tasks will be done through this office? All of them except manufacturing; Design, Sales, Marketing.... What type of environment would your current employees enjoy? Like their homes

5


Sustainable Initiatives Goal Create a Healthy Working Environment for a creative company while impacting the environment as little as possible.

Achieved Non-toxic paint is used throughout the space to improve the Indoor Air Quality. Eco-Resin Panels (3-Form & Lumicor) are used as wall coverings and partitions. FSC Certified Wood usetd in all furniture that is not already re-purposed or Antique Large windows equipped with Mecho Shades allow each employee to personalize their space.

6


Corporate Hierarchy

7


Relationship Diagrams

Rest Rooms Low Adjacency Medium Adjacency Receptionist

Waiting Area

Atrium Meeting Area

High Adjacency Plumbing High Privacy Sound Insullation

- Marketing - PR - Graphics - Online

Vice Presidents

Creative Team - Textile Design - Shoe Design

Conference Room Meeting Area Distribution - Shoe Drop - Shipping

HR

Break room

8

Meeting Area


Criteria Matrix

9


Space Allocations - Prototypicals

10


As-Built

11


Blocking Diagram

12


Final Space Plan

13


Floor Plan

14


Reception

15


Creative

16


Break room

17


Office Design-Program Book