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PROJECT LEADER
Michael Matonic
COMPLETION DATE
May 10, 2017
CLIENT
BNA Design
PROJECT TYPE
Corporate

A start-up virtual reality developer takes its new home on the first floor of a1970s office tower. Given the company's virtual product, an effort was made to accentuate the "real" in the working environment and inspired the design team to use cutting-edge technology. The concrete corbelled ceiling and the office HVAC, electrical, and network systems are exposed and highlighted, providing an industrial aesthetic. Wall surfaces and doors are heavily textured, with the lighting designed to accentuate these elements. Given the digital nature of the workforce's tasks, we carefully considered lighting control, allowing fully dimmable options for direct and indirect illumination. Light is focused on the work surfaces, letting the walls fade back not to washout the multiple TV monitors. With limited fixture types throughout the project and all the fixtures being 100% LED, maintenance is minimized. Interior Architecture was done by Bolette N. Albertsen, with full mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and technology services by tk1sc and lighting design bystudioK1.

PROJECT TEAM:
Tjwan Tang
Jeff Hall
Richard Brysacz
Michael Matonic
Images Courtesy of
Brad Nelson
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PROJECT LEADER
Michael Matonic
COMPLETION DATE
May 10, 2017
CLIENT
BNA Design
PROJECT TYPE
Corporate

A start-up virtual reality developer takes its new home on the first floor of a1970s office tower. Given the company's virtual product, an effort was made to accentuate the "real" in the working environment and inspired the design team to use cutting-edge technology. The concrete corbelled ceiling and the office HVAC, electrical, and network systems are exposed and highlighted, providing an industrial aesthetic. Wall surfaces and doors are heavily textured, with the lighting designed to accentuate these elements. Given the digital nature of the workforce's tasks, we carefully considered lighting control, allowing fully dimmable options for direct and indirect illumination. Light is focused on the work surfaces, letting the walls fade back not to washout the multiple TV monitors. With limited fixture types throughout the project and all the fixtures being 100% LED, maintenance is minimized. Interior Architecture was done by Bolette N. Albertsen, with full mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and technology services by tk1sc and lighting design bystudioK1.

Images Courtesy of
Brad Nelson
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NextVR
Newport Beach, CA
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NextVR
PROJECT LEADER
Michael Matonic
COMPLETION DATE
May 10, 2017
CLIENT
BNA Design
PROJECT TYPE
Corporate

A start-up virtual reality developer takes its new home on the first floor of a1970s office tower. Given the company's virtual product, an effort was made to accentuate the "real" in the working environment and inspired the design team to use cutting-edge technology. The concrete corbelled ceiling and the office HVAC, electrical, and network systems are exposed and highlighted, providing an industrial aesthetic. Wall surfaces and doors are heavily textured, with the lighting designed to accentuate these elements. Given the digital nature of the workforce's tasks, we carefully considered lighting control, allowing fully dimmable options for direct and indirect illumination. Light is focused on the work surfaces, letting the walls fade back not to washout the multiple TV monitors. With limited fixture types throughout the project and all the fixtures being 100% LED, maintenance is minimized. Interior Architecture was done by Bolette N. Albertsen, with full mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and technology services by tk1sc and lighting design bystudioK1.

PROJECT TEAM:
Tjwan Tang
Jeff Hall
Richard Brysacz
Michael Matonic
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