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Go Media HQ Floorplan 3D Flyaround

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The wonderful Pete Maric sent us his latest drawings and a 3D “sketch” of our new office floorplan. Again, our new building has 3 floors and this is just the 3rd floor which will be our office. The other 2 do not have any sketches yet. We’ll tackle those floors when the time comes.

But we’re stoked, you can start to see how it will look:

About the Author, Jeff Finley

I'm a partner at Go Media, a Cleveland web design and development firm. We also specialize in print design and branding. I started Weapons of Mass Creation Fest and wrote the book Thread's Not Dead, teaching artists and designers how to start a clothing company. In my spare time, I write songs and play drums in Campfire Conspiracy. I'm a happy husband and an aspiring b-boy and lucid dreamer.
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  • http://www.alanbernard.com/mayhem/ alanbernard

    What a beautiful looking sketch. Man, it looks huge, and this is only the 3rd floor? And that thing in the middle, it looks like a bar!
    When do I start? :P

  • http://www.alanbernard.com/mayhem/ alanbernard

    What a beautiful looking sketch. Man, it looks huge, and this is only the 3rd floor? And that thing in the middle, it looks like a bar!
    When do I start? :P

  • http://www.avangelistdesign.com the avangelist

    That is most definately a bar, and if you’re knocking up plans for your own building you know that you would be sticking one in! :-)

    Just out of intrest, how are you going to be dealing with lighting? Someone I know is fitting the lighting in at a touch up studio in Soho and they’ve mandated a specific grey paint for walls and floors and certain wall tubed lighting to remove colour cast on monitors?

    Is that something that bothers you guys?

  • http://www.avangelistdesign.com the avangelist

    That is most definately a bar, and if you’re knocking up plans for your own building you know that you would be sticking one in! :-)

    Just out of intrest, how are you going to be dealing with lighting? Someone I know is fitting the lighting in at a touch up studio in Soho and they’ve mandated a specific grey paint for walls and floors and certain wall tubed lighting to remove colour cast on monitors?

    Is that something that bothers you guys?

  • http://www.gomedia.us Jeff

    The Avangelist – Good point. I’m not exactly sure how we’ll deal with lighting. It’s one of our concerns but we haven’t reached that point yet. But what you bring up is a good point. Do you have any other good tips?

  • http://www.gomedia.us Jeff

    The Avangelist – Good point. I’m not exactly sure how we’ll deal with lighting. It’s one of our concerns but we haven’t reached that point yet. But what you bring up is a good point. Do you have any other good tips?

  • http://www.avangelistdesign.com The Avangelist

    @Jeff
    None! I wouldn’t really know where to start, I guess part of it is down to what natural light you have I suppose, lighting is one of my sore points. I guess it’s a case of not using strip lighting or if you are using a design friendly bulb?

    I know you can have fluerescent bulbs installed which are set to a ‘daylight’ temperature rather than the blue cast you get from tungsten.. I the UK I think they have now made it illegal to fit fluroescent bulbs in new office builds. Or maybe that is just strip bars.

    You can get fluerecent strips which claim to never flickr and have something like a 10,000 hour life cycle.

    I did a quick search and there are bucket loads of design and architect firms out there who specialise just in lighting, which is where I found the above tidbit for someone who does photographic studios.

    It sounds all a bit crazy!

  • http://www.avangelistdesign.com The Avangelist

    @Jeff
    None! I wouldn’t really know where to start, I guess part of it is down to what natural light you have I suppose, lighting is one of my sore points. I guess it’s a case of not using strip lighting or if you are using a design friendly bulb?

    I know you can have fluerescent bulbs installed which are set to a ‘daylight’ temperature rather than the blue cast you get from tungsten.. I the UK I think they have now made it illegal to fit fluroescent bulbs in new office builds. Or maybe that is just strip bars.

    You can get fluerecent strips which claim to never flickr and have something like a 10,000 hour life cycle.

    I did a quick search and there are bucket loads of design and architect firms out there who specialise just in lighting, which is where I found the above tidbit for someone who does photographic studios.

    It sounds all a bit crazy!

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