Designed 2y ago by

Jaya IT

A Information Technology Department.

Glass are motion activated and adjustable frost to provide privacy.

Glass cubes are sound proof with its own power, light and air control systems. Making each meeting room available for rent by hourly, weekly, monthly or academic testings.

We all know computers are normally stored in a dark cold place.

See other Jaya office designs for similar concept.

This is a photorealistic render.

  • anchajaya
    2y ago
    anchajaya

    Thank you Liu Kovac :)

  • Liu Kovac
    2y ago
    Liu Kovac

    great-!

  • anchajaya
    2y ago
    anchajaya

    Thank you Jay~

  • JayPH
    2y ago
    JayPH

    wow! well done!

  • anchajaya
    2y ago
    anchajaya

    Thank you liling~ I am debating if I want to make it into a panorama.

  • liling
    2y ago
    liling

    Very well done!

  • anchajaya
    2y ago
    anchajaya

    Thank you LNBR for your love~ :)

  • anchajaya
    2y ago
    anchajaya

    I agree lydia, it is difficult to work in an open office because the growing trend for urban business is co-working where employees can no longer whisper gossips in their dark cubicles. This is a fantasy because I know most IT departments are usually on a dark floor with no sunlight and is icy cold. What you don't see behind the camera are; daycare center, employee laundry room. lounge and cafeteria. I have also designed 2 other offices but this is the only one I submitted for this assignment.

  • lydiaenderlebell
    2y ago
    lydiaenderlebell

    Terrific job! Nevertheless, I'd dearly hate to work in such an environment day after day.

  • LNBR
    2y ago
    LNBR

    This is magnificent!

  • anchajaya
    2y ago
    anchajaya

    Thank you lifandus, I sometimes wish I can post emoji in our comments :) 

  • Lifandus
    2y ago
    Lifandus

    <3 It So Much!


  • anchajaya
    2y ago
    anchajaya

    Thank you meggle~ ! 

  • meggle
    2y ago
    meggle

    awesome Jaya, love it !

  • anchajaya
    2y ago
    anchajaya

    Thank you Daisy~ this would be a good design for a cold climate since we know computer equipment require cooler temperature... ;) 

  • Daisy320
    2y ago
    Daisy320

    Wow!