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Tuesday, December 19, 2006

3rd Year Studio Floor Plan

I took this from the construction worker while they were on breakfast break. It was scanned and returned within 5 min, Cachow!

Personally I think the layout is terrible for group meetings. Imagine having your meeting only to be interrupted by people walking in and out the aisle to get to their desks. not to mention the lack of personal space in comparison to the other studio we had where we could box our tables together. Oh yeah btw, they chained the desks so you can't move them, not even a centimeter.

Oh and tell me if this isn't a electricity hazard: 12 tables connected to each other, and the only supply for power is the outlet at the end of each row. How is one outlet going to have enough power for 12 tables?



  • At 4:26 PM, Blogger James said…

    Well the power thing isn't a big deal. With a large enough breaker it's safe. With industrial wiring you can do a lot. It wouldn't be safe on a house electrical circuit but that's beside the point.

    In regards to group meetings, that is what that big table at the end of the room is supposed to be for. As well as the conference room we share with the 4th years.

    I am going to miss our old set up but this is what we've got to work with so let's try and make the best of it...

    and as for the chains I know at least 3 people with bolt cutters in our year... nothing is permanent. ;)

  • At 10:18 PM, Blogger Ginseng said…

    They aren't chained down with chains, they are chained down with industrial plastic wraps. I can rip it apart with my own hands.

    Just too lazy

  • At 2:09 PM, Blogger Hodges! said…

    At least they didnt block your windows by putting the rows of desks in the wrong direction, now the second year area only has a sliver of natural light.

    on another note have you guys still had problems with theft? there has already been numerous things (light disks, paper) stolen from the second year area, and we wont have cameras for a month.


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