11-15 Bennys pizza 17-21 Amazon service
23-27 TripAdvisor office
Co-Working Office. Roanoke, VA Flexible Office space
A flexible Co-Working office in Roanoke, VA provides rentable desk space for a daytime work environment which transforms into a swanky lounge space or yoga center in the evening. The design was inspired by the Roanoke skyline and horizon of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Southwest Virginia.
The concept for the space explores the relationship between contrasting materials and how straight lines can form a curve. It was inspired by the relationship between the Blue Ridge Mountains and Downtown Roanoke. The space guides the user through factors of wayfinding: spatial organization, lankmarks, and signage.
Bennyâ€™s pizza. Chapel Hill, NC Hospitality space
studio team: Kelsey Hutton + Brookelyn Boccia 11
The inspiration of the space came from the geometry of a pinecone and its rugged, curved form. The design embodies customersâ€™ movement and transitions between the spaces. Customers will experience the option for flexibility to create unique atmospheres for any time of day.
FLOOR PLAN SCALE : 1/8 “ = 1’-0”
Elevation 1 NTS
Elevation 2 NTS
Amazon Service Center. Miami, FL Educational + Residential space studio team: Kelsey Hutton + Joe Sehrer 17
An Amazon Service center outside of Miami, Florida provides a space for volunteers to train and prepare for their service trips to the Amazon rainforest. It is located at the Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden because of its connection to nature and its location outside of the Miami International Airport and The University of Miami.
The Rainforestsâ€™ importance on the global scale and its impact on living species inspired the concept of a backbone. The backbone connects multiple villages in the space similar to how the rainforest brings people together through service opportunities. Through space planning and designing custom pieces, the service center provides unique atmospheres for studying and collaboration.
TripAdvisor. Washington D.C. Corporate Office space
TripAdvisor employees will experience 7 unique spaces in their new Washington D.C. office.
The employees will complete their trip to and from different spaces throughout the day by returning to their home space, his or her individual desk. Wall partitions are repeated throughout the space to divide the 7 spaces, similar to the 7 continents on Earth. The space represesnts the expansion of the land masses on Earth from the super continent, Pangaea.