This is an-office installation designed for record executive who works primarily in the production of album art. The installation is comprised of cabinetry, a mobile desk that docks in it, a bookshelf, and a daybed that bridges the living area and the office.
The desk in use.
The countertop surfaces are fabricated entirely using plywood endgrain, resulting in the unique texture. The interface where the desk docks into the cabinetry is designed as a slot for discreetly feeding and managing cables.
The wall-mounted bookshelf.
A detail of the bookshelf, showing the continued use of the plywood endgrain motif.
The daybed doubles as surface for laying out and evaluating artwork when the mattress is removed.
Detail of how the daybed relates to the floor as a continuation of the countertop surface of the cabinetry.
As a complementary element in the same space, the client requested a bookshelf/ music storage and screen for privacy in the office area.
Strongly continuing the plywood endgrain motif, the books are presented to a visitor not yet entering the office.
While from the office area itself one has access to the cd collection, the heart of the project with over 1000 on display.
A detail the meeting of the stereo cabinet and the storage wall.