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Designing An Intercom Station For The Meier Building On Rothschild Blv  

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Product Design
Planning & 3D Simulation
Signage Design
Project Supervision

When you think about it, intercoms are mostly ignored or just being taken for granted when it comes to designing an entire building.. and that's understandable. Eventually we're talking about one of those practical objects people use on a day to day basis. Having that said, its pretty peculiar that the first thing you see, and interact with when you arrive to a building has been left out and thrown to generic solutions. Ever heard of - 'God is in the details'?

3D rendering of the intercom post.

3D rendering of the intercom post.

image: courtesy of Bergguen Residential  

image: courtesy of Bergguen Residential  

For this project, an architecture firm hired the studio to vision and execute a slick modern design of an intercom post that would serve the residences and guests of the luxuries high rise building. The end product was to correspond with the skyscrapers' thin profile and to have the smallest footprint possible.

 
Work In progress in the metal shop 

Work In progress in the metal shop 

Planning a very thin profile intercom post was pretty tricky. Especially when considering the electronics, the flexing aspect and need for maintenance access capability. Even while having all these requirements in mind, we eventually created a design of a 40 mm thin profile post. The solution was achieved by combining a durable chassis and an underground foundation.

this project was a collaboration with Gerber Communications and Arch. Tammy Yaniv.

Aluminum parts are ready and fit perfectly. 

Aluminum parts are ready and fit perfectly. 

Yonatan standing next to the final product.  

Yonatan standing next to the final product.  

This was not the first time the studio was commissioned to design an intercom post for a luxury residential building; to see more about previous projects click the ‘read more’ button.

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Guy Vagman