Three Rings Arches, Screens and Desks
The interior space we are building out for Three Rings is now Phase One complete. We have painted the walls and put up the first half of the arches, screens and window treatments, and completed the first round of desks. There are still a few more details to complete, like custom hanging lamps coming off each arch, and fancy Victorian CPU holders, but this section is mostly done.
Here are two design drawings we presented to Three Rings:
And here is the same view of the finished arches:
View from the other direction:
We are using the Arches to define areas, and then adding in "screens" to separate work areas from 'hang out' areas.
We use Revit because of it's phasing abilities, its ability to be parametric, and how easily it allows us to work in front of the client, changing and re-arranging designs in real time.
After the designs are made into 'part files' we set up the parts to be cut by our ShopBot.The decorative pieces you see here were all cut out of a 3/4 inch Pine.
We helped the client choose colors for the walls, the arches and screens, and even had a big party where the employees at Three Rings put on painting clothes and helped paint!
On these large circles we are designing 3D carvings that will be carved by our Shopbot and painted gold, then mounted on the circle.
We also made desks for the Artists that will be sitting here. The artists all sent us sketches in Illustrator files, based on a template that we designed and provided. We then fabricated and finished each custom desk for the artist that sketched it. It was a great collaborative process.
And a dramatic photo of the Cthulhu desk.....
Here is a drawing of our design for then completion of a single 'work pod'
And finally, the same space in real life, in use by cowboys.
Now it has it's final desk placements, curtains and fancy furniture. Yee-Haw!