Description:We've purchased a piece of land and are building office space for two law firms, and are looking at potentially having a "duplex" model where we put two single-story spaces together, with separate entrances. We need some help working through potential floor plan layouts for each side of the duplex. These layouts will help us with our planning process for the site. We're looking for a floorplan design on how we can lay the spaces out in the most flexible way while still having the required spaces/offices that we mention in the attachments/notes. If there is "extra" space in a particular side of the building, we'd love your suggestions on how to fill it.
Wants:We'll be looking for:
-maximizing space (getting "bang for our buck" in terms of layout/footprint).
-flexibility (thinking about how to design the space in a way that's flexible for future changes, including that these two spaces may, at some point, be combined into a single space (again, see notes)
-We'll ultimately pick a design that is creative and uses the space well. Things have changed with office space since covid, and we're trying to design a flexible space that makes the best use of the footprint possible.
-We've included some pictures that show the type of building we are hoping to build (think: farmhouse meets office). We're also looking for a design that helps us maximize economic efficiencies (ie. putting the bathrooms back to back saves costs, etc.).
Don't Wants:Boring ol' office space. We could design that on our own. We want someone to be as creative as possible with two separate spaces.
Additional InformationUpdate: Looking for interior floorplan for the two spaces only (please see notes in attachments).
This is a new construction building that will look fairly "residential", but will be used for two office tenants. So, we have flexibility on the footprint and office layout for the two spaces. We assumed that one space will be oriented horizontally (ie. with more length facing the road) and one space may be oriented more vertically. What we're trying to see with this project is a potential interior layout so that we can work with the civil engineer on the size of our footprint for the conditional use permit.
**We are looking for a design for the interior layouts of the two spades, given the specifications in our attachments. The exterior pictures were included just to give you a feel for how the exterior will look in case it helps your interior floor plans. Our long term plan will be to use the proposed layout as a starting point for our discussions with the tenants to get their feedback. The total size of the building will be 2750-3250 sq feet, which will be divided into the two spaces.
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