Not all work spaces are equal. This modern office design for CCI's headquarters in Los Angeles showcases the relationship between modern clean lines and open creative office spaces. The building features stunning custom glass walls custom designed to match the original exterior windows. The space itself features an angled ceiling framing down to the corporate offices with large wooden beams shooting across the open floor plan.
There are various ways in which this office caters to its workers and enhances their work environment through architectural design features. The offices are designed to inspire workers to think more creatively. The open floor plan allows for an open transfer of work ideas and collaboration on projects. Providing athletic equipment aids in employees reducing stress and getting their blood (and brains) flowing. Others features such as lounge areas allow employees and clients to relax and feel at home in this work space.
An approximately 15,000 SF rectangular dirt lot on the NE portion of the CA Endowments upper parking lot. The site abuts the Main Street along one side, with remaining three sides abutting the CA Endowment parking lot. The Site is curently completely fenced in and in need of a complete re-design in order to open up site ot he community.
This proposal includes a community basketball court with a superstructure providing a green canopy and lighting. The two courtswould activate the community and the green canopy would offer sustainble shading and a counter to much of the bllight that affects this area of downtown. We have designed two courts with a centrally located berm on the west side to relax while waiting for the next game. The superstructure is a series of aluminum poles and wires with vines and other crawling plants set at the base to allow for covered growth.
These renderings reflect the design potential for the Quaker House and Headquarters. This project is in the schematic design phase of the project, meaning the early stages of development. These renderings express the idea of light, color, and warmth flowing through the space.
Built – 2009
With a $500 budget, we attempted to make a pavilion for pre and post-graduation ceremonies at the Westchester campus of SCI-Arc. Using donated fabric and aircraft mechanical fasteners, the entire pavilion was hand manufactured and assembled. The fencing expands to follow the passage of the sun on that specific day to allow for maximum shade.
Designed and Built by:
Tima Bell M-Arch 1999
Scott Sullivan, M-Arch 1999
Raymond Enkenboll Courtyard: With a Concept created by Woodbury students, our principal, Tima Bell, created an outdoor courtyard between two building in a former vacant lot. Custom concrete work, landscaping, lighting, and rolling Trex ramps are part of this project. It has become a vibrant meeting space for University student during the day and at night.
Architectural Archive and Campus Maintenance: Two simple buildings but solid in construction. Both serve the infrastructure of the campus and perform exceptionally in that regard.
FABLAB: Enclosure of an existing walkway to create a Fabrication Lab for the students of Woodbury University. Space was enclosed with corrugated steel and acrylic panels accentuated by custom wood shelving.