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My Journey In Interior Design & Architecture Tayyebeh Sedgh SHAKERI


Table Of Contents ACADEMIC WORKS : NEW YORK SCHOOL OF INTERIOR DESIGN Academic Works : Limkokwing University Of Creative Technology PERSONAL ART WORKS PROFESSIONAL WORKS

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Academic Work : New York School Of Interior Design Credential Course: Contemporary Topics in Hospitality Design, 2units Location: New York School Of Interior Design, NY Year: Summer 2016 Grade : A Description: After relocating to New York, aside from continuing freelancing on private client projects, I pursued a summer course in hospitality design at the New York School of Interior Design. The course was focused on the history of hospitality and the hotel industry -mainly in New York . Students had the opportunity to visit a few hotels in NY and to complete the assignment for analyzing the concept of a chosen hotel - I selected Edition Hotel. Also at the end of the course, students were assigned to design a hotel lobby based on a client’s brief.


NYSID - SUMMER COURSE

ACADEMIC WORK

Date : Aug 2016 Credential Course: Contemporary Topics in Hospitality Design, 2units

Project: Hotel Lobby Renovation   Client’s Brief:  The client has scouted out an abandoned building on the edge of meatpacking district in New York City. He want to turn it into the hippest hotel of the town. He wants an eclectic look for the lobby that not only reflects the locale, but the company’s commitment to cutting edge design and sustainable design.  Concept: Emerald Gemstone  Design Inspiration Artist: Daniel Robert Hunziker The goal is to create comfort and elegant and fashion runway-feel experience when someone walk into the Lobby. Mesmerizing fabrics and finishes with bright, vivid electronic emerald green along with shades of earth colors will give the interior space a burst of intense color. Based on the client’s brief, the design elements should reflect the brand’s commitment that’s why I chose Emerald stone as my primary concept because it symbolizes renewal and growth. Inspires an ongoing search for compassion and harmony. Emerald promotes friendship, balance , and is particularly known for providing contentment and loyalty. Emerald green is a powerful aid and nurturing color. To create a sustainable interior design I proposed Garden on the wall.

Softwares that i used for this project : AutoCad, Photoshop, InDesign

Sustainable

Inspiration from The Artist

Elegant

Texture

Playful

Fashionable Mood Board : Hotel Lobby


Plan : Hotel Lobby

Design Development : Sketches

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ACADEMIC WORK

NYSID - SUMMER COURSE


Furniture & Fixture Selection

Material Selection

Fabric Selection

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Academic Works : Limkokwing University Of Creative Technology Degree : Bachelor Of Art in Interior Architecture Location: Cyberjaya, Malaysia Year: 2006 to 2010 Description: The designs shown here are a compilation of some the academic work I completed while studying at Limkokwing University of Creative Technology in Malaysia.


FINAL THESIS - IA 342

ACADEMIC WORK

Subject: Interior Architecture 342 Date : Year 4, Semester 2 Project : Community Discovery Center for teenagers a Design Concept: Interference Of Waves Location: near the Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre (klpac) in Sentul Park Design Issue: Misbehaving attitude in teenagers The Teenager’s community Center is a discovery organization that provides teenagers with opportunities to improve the quality of their lives through self-development and community action, and to be ready for global challenges through positive values, knowledge, skills, ethics, patriotism, volunteer spirit and quality lifestyle. It provides information, support, advice and advocacy services to families relating to their children’s misbehavior, and at the same time it’s a center for their entertainment. Interior Concept Description: It was inspired by the challenging time of a teenager’s life, where they are in between childhood and adulthood , trying to discover their future, and recover from their past. This feeling of interference served as inspiration for the physical design of the spaces, which featured organic, wave-like , flowing spaces and design elements. Softwares that i used for my thesis : Archi - Cad for model & interior perspective , AutoCad, PhotoShop , Excel , Word, PowerPoint

Site Location

Charts , Analyzing The Design Issue

Key Words For Developing the Design 1. Stress releasing environment 2. Homey 3. Calm 4. Cozy 5. Refreshing 6. Motivating 7. Warm 8. Uplifting 9. Inviting

Interior Color Scheme Interference Of Shapes, Waves & Patterns


Site Model , Prepared in Archi-Cad

Ground Floor 1.Entrance and reception 2.Plaza and Lounge 3.Game area 4.CafĂŠ - Library 5. Counter bar for cafe 6.Exhibition area 7.Workshop 8.Music room 9.Game Managing room 10.Washroom 11.Praying Room 12.Staircase

Plan -GF First Floor 1.Adminstration office & meeting rooms 2.Therapy room 3.Self healing room 4.Visual exploration room 5.Multi purpose Hall 6.Staff room 7.Storage 8.Toilet 9.Waiting area 10.Staircase and Corridor

Plan -FF

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FINAL THESIS - IA 342

ACADEMIC WORK

using organic shapes and wave like forms , for interior walls to emphasize the impression of interference

Feature Chair for Self Healing Room

Conceptual Approach For Design Development


All The Interior Views and Sections were Prepared in Archi-Cad

Lobby & Reception Reception Counter Is The Symbol Of Interference Of Waves

Section 1

Section 2

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FINAL THESIS - IA 342

ACADEMIC WORK

All The Interior Views and Sections were Prepared in Archi-Cad

Visual exploration room

Cafe Area

Multi-Purpose Hall

Waiting Area

Cafe Area


All The Interior Views and Sections were Prepared in Archi-Cad

Library

Gallery/ Exhibition Area

Plan - Library

Gallery/ Exhibition Area

Plan - Gallery

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FINAL THESIS - IA 342

ACADEMIC WORK

Proposed Furniture Selection

Proposed Furniture Selection

Proposed Furniture Selection

Proposed Furniture Selection


Personal Art Work Description: In addition to my work as an interior designer and interior architect, I always had a passion for art, and enjoy viewing and creating art work as a hobby. The designs shown here are a compilation of some of my personal art work throughout my life. I have worked in a variety of media, including sculptures, acrylic painting , Water Color, Oil , Pastel & Color Pencil, furniture design and graphic design.


PERSONAL ART WORK

Paintings - Oil on Canvas

Paintings - Water Color


Paintings - Colored Pencil

Plaster Sculpture in Foam-“Freedom For Women”

Collage- “Rostam & Zaal” Persian Myth Characters

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PERSONAL ART WORK

Crayon on Paper

Crayon on Paper

Acrylic on Paper

Crayon on Paper


Water Color Pencil on Paper

Acrylic on Paper

Crayon & Color Pencil on Paper

Poured Acrylic on Paper

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Selected Professional Works

NOV 2010- feb 2018


Luxury & Life Style Resort

HOTELS & LEISURE

*Concept renderings by others Project: Luxury & life style Resort Location: Montenegro Year: 2017 - 2018 Size: 85 Acre Phase/Status: Design Concept Concept: Luxury Modern Description: Concept Master Plan for a new, 85-acre, 5-star luxury island resort with Modern Luxury Mediterranean design aesthetic. Site plan included 400-room hotel, high end retail, villas, casino, ferry terminal, restaurants, health and wellness center, yacht/beach club. Note: Was involved in conceptual design imagery for all project areas, and preparation of design narrative and presentation.

Softwares used for this project : Auto Cad, Photoshop, InDesign

Island Aerial View

Architecture & Spectacle

Island Site Plan


Beach Site Plan

LIFESTYLE RESORT

Interior & Ambiance

Beach Aerial View

VERONA BEACH AERIAL

Landscape & Green Roof

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Maxims Genting Hotel

HOTELS & LEISURE

Project: Maxims Genting Hotel Client: Resorts World Development (Genting) Year: 2010-2012 Concept: Modern-Contemporary Location: Genting Highlands, Malaysia Size: 11,000 sq.ft. Phase/Status: Phase One / Completed Description: 11,000 sq. ft. renovation project within the Maxims Genting Hotel in Malaysia. Some of the spaces designed were as follows: lobby, reception area, lift lobby, back office, corridor to spa, and Maxims Restaurant and lounge. The design concept was to create a modern contemporary environment for those craving a sense of style and exclusivity. Notable design features include: Rose Concept for the ceiling dome at Entrance,Veneer Feature ceiling light, LED koi fish interactive screen in Maxims Lounge, and high quality finishes and light fixtures. Note: Worked on space planning, concept design and project coordination, design development & construction administration.

Reception

Sketches & Design Development : Dome at Hotel Entrance Concept was inspired by Rose Flower

Entrance Feature Ceiling Detail Drawing - Front Elevation at Entrance Hotel


Led interactive screen @ Restaurant Entrance

Lift Lobby

Chinese Fine Dining

Lounge - Chinese Fine dining

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Maxims Genting Hotel

HOTELS & LEISURE

Proposed Furniture

Elevation - Entrance wall of Maxims Restaurant with proposed interactive led screen -koi fish

Plan - Maxims Restaurant - Chinese Fine dining

Proposed Design Interactive LED Screen -Koi Fish Entrance of Maxims Restaurant

Detail Drawing - Water feature /Led Screen


Proposed Design - Maxims Restaurant

Detail Drawing - Interior Feature Walls

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Maxims Genting Hotel

HOTELS & LEISURE

Customized Furniture Detail Drawing - Lobby Lounge

Proposed Finishes & Fabrics: Lounge Lobby

Conceptual Approach : Lift Lobby Proposed Furniture Selection

Front Elevation Lobby Hall Towards Lift Area Feature Wall - Combination of two types of Onyx(yellow & Flower)

Sketches & Design Development : Lift Lobby

Existing Photos - Lift Lobby

Elevation - Lift Lobby

Proposed Design : Lift Lobby


Elevation - Corridor To Spa

Proposed Design - Corridor to Spa

Corridor to Spa - After Renovation

Corridor to Spa - After Renovation

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Maxims Hotel

HOTELS & LEISURE

Work Samples- Assisted with the drawing set from schematic design through construction administration


Work Samples- Assisted with the drawing set from schematic design through construction administration

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CORPORATE OFFICE

AirAsia Corporate Headquarters

Project: AirAsia House Corporate Headquarters Client: AirAsia & AirAsia X Airlines Location: Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2, Malaysia Year: 2012 -2014 Size: 450,000 gross sq ft. Phase/Status: Design Proposal Concept: Industrial - Contemporary Description: The design for the international headquarters for AirAsia, Asia’s largest lowcost airline, was an RM180 million ($60 million USD), a new construction project for an open-atrium office building with 7-story office tower with approximately 450,000 sq.ft. Of net area above 3 podium parking levels with approximately 1.900 parking spaces, and employee amenities level. Design features included: main lobby, meeting rooms, theatre, typical office layouts, breakout areas, employee food court and roof top club house with amenity spaces. The Interior Design scope included the following areas/spaces: - Level 1 to 3, Parking areas - Level 4, Food Court - Level 5, Operations Office Level -Level 6, Main Lobby, Drop off , Meeting Rooms, Theater - Level 7, Air Asia X Office Level - Level 8 to 9, Air Asia Office Levels - Level 10 , Club House, Facilities & Executive Offices - The common corridors, restrooms and lift lobbies for all floors - The Ballroom and Function Rooms with the Pre-Function areas at Level 6 Note: As a project coordinator, I was involved with development of client brief, client presentations, space planning, concept design and liaising with client, architect, consultants and other required suppliers to review layout and conceptual design options. ops control

aa office levels

aax office level

aax office level

aa & aax operations canteen level

basic building mass

solar control

cut outs to create atrium

connection of atrium, adjustment of floor plates

stairs and lifts arranged to provide optimum circulation

connectivity of floor plates

bump factor is encouraged trough strategic placement of connections

facilities

aa office levels

meeting rooms

Building Massing Development

open atrium

lobby

vip terminal drop off departure road

aa & aax operations canteen level

car park levels

Diagrammatic Section

Site Location at KLIA2


town square boulevard

diffused daylight from double glazed atrium and green screens

street

overall concept: Air Asia’s program requirements were that the headquarters facility design incorporate a flexible open office environment into the design for Air Asia House, including: - Open office environment (approximately 2,300 workstations by 2020)and dynamic interactive atrium - Exposed precast structural and m&e systems , energy efficiency (multi-purpose chill beam system), thermal mass and solar protection (precast concrete panel cladding and double-glazed windows) - Integrating spaces for all operational and administrative functions of Air Asia, with supporting conference and recreational facilities for staff and visitors. precedent study: 1) sovereign house in Auckland, New Zealand 2) Macquarie headquarters in Sydney, Australia

segmentation of atrium, each segment has differing concepts

Proposed Design: Entrance Lobby- View of The Atrium and Stage Area( Food Court)

Level 4 : Food Court

- Design intent was to have a food court at the base of the atrium to serve as a central social area with a variety of food stalls and seating arrangements - could also be used for break out spaces, formal and informal meetings - Loose furniture allows for reconfiguration of floor into different daily uses, or to be used for large functions /events - Raised Stage area for company presentations, or for daily use as seating and dining area - Terraced seating area connects the floor to the open meetings area on level 5 above

Interior Layout : Level 4 - Food Court

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CORPORATE OFFICE

AirAsia Corporate Headquarters

FEATURE AIRPLANE SEATING

Conceptual Approach : variety of designs for discussion areas, meeting rooms, meeting pods Interior Layout : Level 6 - Meeting rooms, Main Lobby, Drop Off Level

Conceptual Approach : Feature Airplane Chair Design From Recycled Pieces – Lobby

Proposed Design : Red box- feature discussion room- level(6) *Prepared in sketch-up Conceptual Approach: variety of design for discussion areas , meeting rooms , meeting pods


Plan : Club House, Facilities & Executive Offices - L10

Conceptual Approach: Open Stalls Sandwich, Drink, Dessert, Starbucks, Air Asia Food stall * Prepared in Sketch up

Proposed Furniture for Japanese Sushi Tepanyaki Bar at Food court

Conceptual Approach: Enclosed Cooking Stalls

Conceptual Approach: Open Stalls - Sandwich, Drink, Dessert, Starbucks, Air Asia Food stall

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CORPORATE OFFICE

AirAsia Corporate Headquarters

Exterior - Rear View

Proposed Design: Entrance Lobby- View of The Atrium and Stage Area( Food Court)

Proposed Design : View from Food court


Exterior - Front View

Level(4) to The Atrium

Proposed Design : View from Office Level(7) to The Atrium

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CRUISE SHIP

Project: XL Cruise Ship Client: Confidential Location: Europe Year: 2017-2018 Size: Public Spaces of An Extra Large Cruise Ship Phase/Status: Concept Design to DD Concept: Interactive-Contemporary Description: New Construction project of varied interior areas of an extra large size cruise ship. Design concept : incorporation of indirect lighting, signature furnishings and articulated wall finishes. Project design included Public Corridors, Atrium, Bars,Restaurants,CafĂŠ, Retail, Casino & Embarkation. Note: Worked from conceptual design through Design Development phase of the project. Assisted with DD set drawings and reviewing them to match the finishes schedule. Responsible for architectural finishes, FF&E selection, writing specifications and documentation. Communication and coordination with Renderers to prepare 3D Views and vendors for samples, pricing and procurement. Softwares used for this project : Auto Cad, Photoshop, InDesign, Specsources

Casino View

Jazz Bar View

Bar @ Atrium View


Bistro View

Cafe View

Bistro Lounge View

Atrium View

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CRUISE SHIP

Work Samples- Responsible for Architectural finishes & Writing specification.

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HOTELS & LEISURE KK Waterfront Hotel

Project: KK Water Front Hotel Client: Private Developer Location: Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia Year: 2011 Size: 365Rooms, 15 Story, 425,000 Gross sq ft. Phase/Status: Schematic Design Concept: Contemporary / Minimalist Description: Conceptual Design for a new contemporary-themed 5-star hotel in Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia. Project design included lobby, lounge, grand ballroom, hotel rooms, outdoor lounge and water features. A unique hotel concept featuring the incorporation of water elements and marine life, located next to the sea, featuring two types of rooms, sea view and city view. Note: Worked on conceptual design and space planning of the overall area and particularly Proposed the design of Restaurant , Bar Lounge & Outdoor Garden Area on Roof Terrace(Gross Area =30,000 sq.ft.)

Site Location View

Concept Image : Roof Top Restaurant & Bar Area


Proposed Design : Hotel Lobby

Concept Image : Roof Terrace Outdoor Area

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Honda Boutique

BRANDING

Project: Honda Boutique Showroom Client: Honda Corporation Location: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Year: 2013 Size: 2,000 sq.ft Phase/Status: Design Proposal Concept: Contemporary Description: Renovation & conversion of the current 2,000 sq.ft. Honda dealership & show-

room to a new two-three story Honda boutique concept building. To propose a design for a first Honda Boutique in Malaysia with the following requirements: - A building that brings together a global outlook and local identity - A strong visual and symbolic landmark for Honda Boutique - A design with dignity, formality and gravitas befitting a massing that addresses the dual frontage and activates the entire site - Cost effective and efficient, Ease of maintenance - A dynamic versatile & sustainable workspace that creates a sense of community - Creating a memorable public space Concept: To create an exclusive, Retail Concept, different from the chain store. - To enhance brand visibility and presence - To offer a unique mix of innovative design and experiences. - To connect people with Honda philosophy, people, technology and style - Luxurious environment, with an Edgy, Contemporary aesthetic Note: Worked as project interior designer. Developed space planning, interior design concept and FF&E selections with a contemporary and minimalist concept to represent Honda core values.

Plan: Ground Floor

Conceptual Approach: Capturing A Moment Of Life With Honda

Sculptural Staircase

Proposed Option 2-3D Effect Painting


Proposed Design :Exterior

Night View - Proposed Design :Exterior

Proposed Design : Ground Floor

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Honda Boutique

BRANDING

Existing Showroom

Sketch : Ground Floor

Site Analysis / Site Solar Orientation

Option 1 Reflective Material -Black Glass Facade

Section View

Existing Showroom

Option 2 Matt Finish -Stone Cladding

Architectural Facade Material

Facade Materia

Perforated Metal


Plan - Second Floor

Plan - Third Floor

Proposed Design :Second Floor

Proposed Design : Third Floor

Bar Stool

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Club Nexu5 Shopping Mall

RETAIL & COMMERCIAL

Project: Club Nexu5 shopping Mall Client: UOA Development(United Overseas Australia Ltd) Location: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Year: 2012 Size: 50,000sq ft. Phase/Status: Concept Proposal Concept: Contemporary Description: Club Nexu5 is a 5-storey complex, mainly consisting of Restaurants, Retail, an exclusive Club (for drinking and light dining), function room facilities (for meetings and seminars) and a Ballroom on the top floor. The Interior Design scope included the following areas/spaces: - The common corridors, restrooms and lift lobbies for all floors - The main lobby with the reception counter on Ground Floor - Entrance lobby and the lounge area on Level 2 - The exclusive Club at Level 3 - The Ballroom and Function Rooms with the Pre-Function areas - Japanese restaurant & Chinese restaurant on Level 1 Note: Worked on conceptual design and space planning.

Exterior View of The Mall

Conceptual Approach : Club Nexu5 Shopping mall


Proposed Design : Entry - Drop Off

Conceptual Approach : Entry

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Maxis Corporate Headquarters

CORPORATE OFFICE - BRANDING

ENHANCING PRODUCTIVITY

Reprogramming the floor plans to maximise efficiency and flexibility

Project: Level 22 to 25 Of Maxis Headquarter Building Client: Maxis Berhad Location: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Before Year: 2013 Size: 60,000 SF LEVEL Phase/Status: Design Proposal - competition Storage Concept: Contemporary Activity Room Description: Auditorium | Stage Maxis is a leading communications service provider in Malaysia. Headquartered in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, providing a variety of communication products. Maxis’ high speed internet footprint LEVEL is the largest in Malaysia, and were the first to bring the iPhone, BlackBerry and the Samsung Galaxy line of smartphones to the Restaurant Malaysian market. Maxis Vision & Values : Admired for excellence. Maxis would like to be a company admired for excellence. Excellence in everything that they do from how they deal with Gallery | Research Terminal customers to the way they work. Their Values are being positive, Waiting Lounge| Reception | Board Waiting | Pantry LEVEL passionate and collaborative at work. Meeting Room | Board Room | Tele-Pressentation Scope of work: Renovation of four levels of Maxis building. Group CEO Room | CFO Room | Chairman Room The overall concept was to create an open office, to redesign work culture ,to improve representing the Maxis brand and its core Library | Storage | Tea Lady | Photo Library | Gallery values Bistro | Lounge Note: Participated in the conception of interior design project for LEVEL Room | Waiting Room client and conducted design research. Researched, acquired and CEO Room | CFRORoomMeeting | CTO Room | Visiting Director managed all samples and materials. Worked with Interiors team Executive | Manager | Secretary on custom designs, furniture selection and floor plans. Particularly worked and developed the design for Level 24. storage

activity room

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storage Storage activity room Activity Room Auditorium | Stage auditorium | stage

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bar | lounge| silent booth | green spot Bar | Lounge | Silent Booth | Green Spot discussion space | meeting point Discussion Space | Meeting Point ceo’s room | discussion space | secretary Ceo’ s Room | Discussion Space | Secretary Cluster Workstation | Bay Work Station | Touch Down cluster workstation | bay work station | touch down terminal Terminal

auditorium | stage

restaurant

gallery| research terminal waiting lounge | reception | board waiting| pantry

meeting room | board room | tele-present

group ceo room | cfo room | chairman room

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library |storage | tea lady | photo library | gallery bistro | lounge

meeting room | waiting room cmo room| cfo room | cto room | visiting director

executive | manager | secretary

FACILITATING INTERACTION & CONNECTIVITY

After

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filing | board | automation | research terminal Filing | Board | Automation | Research Terminal kitchenbar | lounge | reception | green spot Kitchen Bar | Lounge | Reception | Green Spot Discussion Space | Meeting Point | Board Room Tele-Present discussion space | meeting point | board room | tele-present

Workstation Touchdown Terminal cluster workstotation | |bay workstation | touch down terminal library | reading space | board |Space automation| Board | Automation Library | Reading kitchenbar | lounge | reception | green spot Kitchen Bar | Lounge | Reception | Green Spot discussion space | meeting point Discussion Space | Meeting Point cluster workstotation | bay workstation | touch down terminal Cluster Workstation | Bay Workstation | Touchdown Terminal

REDESIGNING WORK CULTURE The current design restricts tendency to interact & push boundaries. The open floor plan will promote innovation and connectivity.

CONVENE LEVEL

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THINK LEVEL

24 LEVEL

NETWORK

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LEVEL

MAXIS BUILDING

WORK

cutout / compartmentalised culture

borderless / open network culture

cutout / compartmentalised culture

borderless / open network culture

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CIRCULATION | FURNITURE | GREEN - LEVEL 24 Furniture Layout

Circulation

Green Features Layout

L25 TO

L25 TO

FROM

L23

KEY

KEY

KEY

Office Circulation

Furniture FROM

Green Features

L23

ENHANCING PRODUCTIVITY

ENHANCING THE PRIME LOCATIONS VIEWS

The Interior Planning Layout Celebrates Iconic Views Of The Park And Petronas Towers

Reprogramming the floor plans to maximise efficiency and flexibility reading space

library

kitchen bar

cluster

green spot

work

touch-down terminal

secretary

bay workstation

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leisure

meet

touch-down terminal discussion space

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kitchen bar

execute

meeting point

meeting

chief ceo’s room

leisure cluster

execute

network

cluster

25 meeting

activity room board room

automation

kitchen bar

supply

reception

leisure board

lounge

av room

auditorium

filing research terminal

convene

meeting point

tele-present

bay workstation

25m

discussion space

execute

silent booth

green spot

lounge

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touch-down terminal

discussion space

meeting

green spot

automation bay workstation

meeting point

discussion space

quiet booth

supply

board

lounge

seatings

meeting supply

storage

green spot

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Maxis Corporate Headquarters

CORPORATE OFFICE - BRANDING

LOBBY - LEVEL 24

Upholstery

Timbre Feature

COLOUR SCHEME

“Maxis shall offer the most compelling customer experience to its customers in Malaysia, and Maxis shall be the best place to work for the best people. I see it as simple as that.” Morten Lundal Director of Maxis

MOOD BOARD - BRAINSTORM AREA

armchair - ligne roset- soft Solid Surface

Upholstery

Upholstery

sofa - ligne- roset- confluence

Table- Touch down area Solid white surface


AREAS 1CEO + 1PA 1CFO + 1PA 5pax executive 30pax work station Teknion 12o” design 15pax costumed linear table 10pax touch down areas 18pax hot-desking( high counter tables) total work capacity = 82pax 10pax War room 6pax 1 enclosed meeting room 1open meeting area , 16 to 20 pax 1Private lounge area for CEO Brain storm area Reception Lobby(Café Bar /pre-function area/Gallery) Filing area Pantry

LOBBY - LEVEL 24 - MOOD BOARD

LOBBY- LEVEL 24 - SECTION

Pandomo concrete flooring

COLOUR SCHEME

Fibre Glass

Timbre Feature

Solid Surface

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Maxis Corporate Headquarters

PROPOSED DESIGN: MAIN RECEPTION- LEVEL 23

Pandomo concrete flooring

PROPOSED DESIGN: BREAKFAST CLUB- LEVEL 23

BREAKFAST CLUB - SECTION- LEVEL 23

3.75M

Upholstery

3.15M

Timbre Feature

MOOD BOARD

Carpet COLOUR SCHEME

CORPORATE OFFICE - BRANDING

MOOD BOARD - MAIN RECEPTION- LEVEL 23


PROPOSED DESIGN: WORK SPACE- LEVEL 22

MOOD BOARD - WORK SPACE- LEVEL 22

PROPOSED FURNITURE- LEVEL 22

WORK STATION/ BREAK OUT SPACE- SECTION- LEVEL 22

Cluster work station

Table- Touch down area Solid white surface

Herman Miller- Sayl

Table- Strip wrap

Table and Chair set

Green Bench

Low Coffee Table - Rocher

Blocx- Wall climbing station

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