The overall layout is designed to accommodate the maximum number of individual offices. All offices face the outer walls and are therefore exposed to direct natural light on the sea-side and light from the atrium on the atrium side. The meeting room, social area and kitchenette are placed in the centre as they're to be used for a relatively shorter time-span.
The meeting room is centrally located with two doors for easy access from all offices.
All the offices are greater than 10 Sq.m. and can accommodate 5 people in each. Except office 3. Office three can accommodate 4 persons but needs to change the configuration for more persons. The furniture layout shows 78''x60'' SteelCase co-working tables with a 42'' screen. Could be a smaller table to include more storage area.
The partitions are all aligned in a line, so the smaller partitions can be sliding partitions on tracks/channels (as shown in the dimensions plan). The meeting room is kept in proportion, so can be converted into two-offices if needed.
The sleep-box area is located in an odd-column window-less area, also nearby the toilets and the kitchenette. This area forms the junction of all spaces and the office area is completely segregated from the rest.
Since there is an advantage of height, the sleep-boxes can be each an individual cabin in two levels. A small storage shelf is provided for overnight baggage. The dimensions of the market-bought sleep-boxes do not match with the available height, and also the looks would differ from the the entire office. So a customised design sits well with the rest of the office.
The sleep-box area can be reduced or replaced by toilets and the reception can be expanded if needed, but it is mostly a dead-area, so not recommended to use as an office. It can however go above the toilet area as there is a benefit of height and toilets do not require much height.
Since there is very little natural light in the central area, the fixed partitions have been given triangular cut-outs to bring in the light from both the sides. This also reduces the visual height of the office and makes the hallway look less narrow.
The recreational room is placed at an angle to make the room flow with the rest of the spaces instead of having odd corners jutting out in the space. The toilets follow the same design.