Lighting Design
Lighting Design

StudioK1 is a small, boutique lighting design firm with diverse, talented and award-winning designers, experienced in all facets of lighting design and market sectors.

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Building Commissioning Association
The Building Commissioning Association (BCxA) is an international nonprofit organization with more than 1,200 members from the commercial building industry who are committed to the highest standards and practices for the commissioning process.
AABC Commissioning Group
Established in 2005, the AABC Commissioning Group (ACG) is a non-profit association of commissioning companies whose fundamental principles include independence, and training and education.
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Certified Commissioning Firm (CCF) adheres to the industries best practices in the practice of commissioning and provide highest quality service to potential clients and the commitment to the advancement of the commissioning industry.
UC Riverside Open Ceiling Hvac, Plumbing and Fire Protection Systems
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  • Basis of Design Narrative / Documents
  • Construction Document Review Phase
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    1. Schematic Design
    2. Design Development
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Lighting Design
City of Hope - Administrative Building
Duarte, CA

This new 4-story, 100,000 square-foot medical office building is located on the City of Hope Medical Center Campus in Duarte, CA, and provides office and administrative support to the Medical Center.

JLL Irvine Headquarters
Irvine, CA

Jones Lang LaSalle Incorporated is a global commercial real estate services company that provides investment management services worldwide, including services to institutional and retail investors and high-net-worth individuals.‍Needing a bigger workspace after acquiring HFF, JLL relocated their Irvine headquarters to a new 35,000 square-foot office at Intersect located at 17877 Von Karman in Irvine, CA. The new office space can accommodate approximately 150 employees with collaboration, teamwork, and transparency in mind. ‍tk1sc provided mechanical, plumbing, and lighting design services on this project. The design required collaboration with the architect on larger open ceiling conditions and full-height wall construction, and proper HVAC zoning from base building VAVs with electric reheat. In addition, we collaborated during design and construction with the architect, general contractor, mechanical sub-contractor, and building landlord regarding proper openings in wall construction to ensure return air paths back to main floor return air fans.

Biola Blackstone Residence Hall
La Mirada, CA

This project's sustainable elements highlight the design while also providing an efficient place for students to live, study, and socialize. With smaller than average room sizes, more common areas, study alcoves, kitchens, terraces, a classroom, and café were built with the saved space. To achieve it's LEED Gold status, our design team implemented the following sustainable building systems. Active and passive controls, motion-sensor lights in all spaces, special triggers to disable HVAC use when the operable windows are open, solar fins that shade west-facing windows for additional energy savings, and geopier footings in place of typical cast-in-place concrete, which saved time and money.Constructed on the last available parcel of campus land, the Blackstone Residence Hall was squeezed between a major college entrance, a busy street and two existing structures, with no green space on site. To make the design work, the project team employed the latest building information modeling and document-control technologies to create an angular building design that maximizes the number of units while leaving room for outdoor amenities. The result is an efficient LEED Gold building, highlighted by smaller-than-average, 150 SF dorm rooms. The saved area was allocated for more common space, study alcoves, kitchens, terraces, a classroom and a café. The 61,000 SF structure provides 15% of its area as amenity space for residents. It also created a new secondary campus entrance.

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