Proposed rendering for Mathworks in Natick, MA.
In response to the company's energy savings agenda, passive rear door heat exchangers were employed on all IT cabinets in order to use the 60 degree F water from the central plant.
The lighting enhances the visual drama and provides a colored accent to the mostly neutral surroundings.
Transparency not only provides views into the computer room, but also make the experience of a long corridor between campus buildings feel shorter.
One of the most compelling aspects of this empty space was the way the city seemed to layout through the curved exterior wall with floor to ceiling glass.
How could adding the necessary divisions of space be accomplished while maintaining the graceful space and wonderful views for all the inhabitants?
By the careful positioning of program spaces, offices and work areas, views in all directions were maintained.
Board rooms at Charter One.
From the moment one enters the space from the elevators, the views are captured.
City views are even available from the circulation zones.