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Farmshop Offices Asian Rural Institute, Tochigi Japan Nicole Groome 11.11

Project Scope The ARI Farmshop offices will house around 28 staff and volunteers. The new addition on the East side will be completed in Febuary. With the completion there will be two sets of egress stairs, one on each side of the building, no elevator. It is equipt with a wood stove, a greenhouse, and windows and high ceilings for maximum natural lighting.

Project Scope Client Overview & Design Goals Research Site Building Analysis Concept Design Requirements Schematics Solution

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The Asian Rural Institute’s motto, “That we may live together”, speaks to the community setting and peaceful environment that they create. This atmosphere should be present in their office environment as they work toward training Rural Leaders from all over the World. The influence of nature should be apparent and ease of function and communication will allow for a peaceful work environment between multi-cultural employees.

Natural Resources & Reuse

Environmentally Responsible

The training center is located in Tochigi Japan which goes through each season of the year and the farmshop is a main space equipt with spaces for learning, storage, and office space.

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Research

Fresh Perspectives on Sustainable Office Space Featured Written by Tara D Sturm

“There have also been reports that demonstrate that access to daylight and clear-view vistas allowing people to connect more effectively with the outdoors impacts effectiveness at work and general wellbeing.”

“What does organization really mean? A corporate office building’s interior design is organized by the image it gives off. It is a sign of “Corporate Vanity” in that the firm or organization wants a space that reflects them and draws in their customer. It is also a place of teamwork and stress relief through the way the environment is set up. It allows easy access to communication, yet still giving room for individuality, as shown in figure 3.2 of “What does Organization Really Mean?”. Trends include a modern appeal with deep consideration to sustainable products and ways of working.

Figure 3.2 Levels of Identity “Organizational and corporate identity are interrelated system of beliefs and symbols expressed verbally and visually that trigger processes of identification and defferentiation inside and outside and organization” (Whetten).

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Office Space Planning

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Office Space Planning

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Site Analysis The farmshop faces southeast. To the Northeast is the workshop and the rice dryer, the rest of the farm surrounding is not too noisy. The Parking is locate south. The main entrance addition with restrooms, conference room, and server and print area will be completed in Febuary, 2011. There is no elevator and the building is not ADA accessible. The egress stairs are located on both sides of the office area.

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Concept Physical & conceptual inspiration from nature. Supporting factors of natural resources, reusing & recycling, community building, and cultural vivacity.

Design Drivers Natural & Healthy

Supportive Community

Reuse & Recycle

Cultural Diversity

NATURAL VIVACITY

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Program Spaces Level 1 Level 2 Entry Hall Print, Scan, Server Room (Feb) Shop Conference Room Egg Room Meeting Reception Storage Storage Restrooms Director’s Office Office Office Small Kitchen Small Kitchen

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Environmentally Responsible Design Energy Efficiency, Regional Sustainable Materials Indoor Air Quality Natural Light, Thermal Comfort Recycling & Reuse Security of Important Documents Teamwork vs. Individuality

Fans, trash, recycle Printing in meeting room until addition finished (Feb.), storage, files, Pin up space ( 110 brown kon. Downstairs, Green Felt 180 and metal chalk Green with two cab under up main bldg., whiteboards in classroom) Phone system

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Desks Two large corner (John) 44 110-150cm, wood 120 Shelving Open metal shelves & cab Filing Wide black, 90cm 10-15 Wide grey, 90cm 2 Stack Tall grey, 180cm 15 Short grey, 40 cm 25

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EMPLOYEE NEEDS Farm

Level 1 Office • • • • • • • • • • • •

Kaori 2 135 cm Shelf, corner, 2 desk, massage chair? Mitsue 350 cm Shelf, desk, file Takashi Desk ( seminar house storage) Hiromi Desk, 2 ft shelf, small file Tomoko Small file, 8 ft shelf 8 wide black files in entrance hall Volunteer & Public Desk 1

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Akari Desk, 4 Ft. Shelf, 3 Small File Close 8 Large File Away Franz (Akari’s Volunteer) Desk Graduate Outreach Desk Fuji Light, phone, drawing, Large Desk,quiet Steven 2 Desk, Print, Scan, Window, 4-6Ft Shelf, 2 small file Steven’s Volunteer Desk Guest Desk Desk Volunteer & Public Desk (2) Desks Yokiko Desk, 2 Small File, 2ft Shelf

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Gussan Window & Desk Osamosan Desk Bonsan Desk, File?, shelf Gilsan Desk, File?, shelf Otanisan Desk & Shelf Sanaesan Desk & Shelf Timosan Desk & Shelf, File? Volunteer & Public

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EMPLOYEE ADJACENCIES

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EMPLOYEE ADJACENCIES

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Areas of Focus Level One Level Two

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Level One Employee Placement

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Volunteers, Guests, Kazu & Sanae

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Steven & Volunteer Akari, GO & Volunteer

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ARI Farmshop Office Planning