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  1. Building Core Elements and Design

  2. The typical floor plate of the standard commercial office structure contains the following: • Vertical Circulation Core • Open Lease Space • Optional public corridor.

  3. Building Core Core

  4. Lease Area Core Tenant Lease Space

  5. Lease Depth Core Lease Depth Tenant Lease Space

  6. Optional Corridor Core Lease Depth Tenant Lease Space

  7. Tenant Lease Area

  8. Elements of the Building Core

  9. The Building Core of the Commercial building contains • Passenger Elevators & Lobby

  10. The Building Core of the Commercial building contains • Passenger Elevators & Lobby • Service Elevator

  11. The Building Core of the Commercial building contains • Passenger Elevators & Lobby • Service Elevator • Service Elevator Vestibule

  12. The Building Core of the Commercial building contains • Passenger Elevators & Lobby • Service Elevator • Service Elevator Vestibule • Mechanical Room

  13. The Building Core of the Commercial building contains • Passenger Elevators & Lobby • Service Elevator • Service Elevator Vestibule • Mechanical Room • Vertical Chase

  14. Passenger Elevators & Lobby M W

  15. Service Elevator M W

  16. Service Elevator Vestibule M W

  17. Mechanical Room M W

  18. Vertical Chase M W

  19. The Core also consists of • Fire Egress Stairs

  20. The Core also consists of • Fire Stairs • Restrooms

  21. The Core also consists of • Fire Stairs • Restrooms • Drinking Fountain Vestibule

  22. Fire Egress Stairs M W

  23. Public Restrooms M W

  24. Public Restrooms M W

  25. Core Location The Building Core can take any of basic locations relative to the floor plate. • Central Core • Off- set Core • Exterior Core • Split Core

  26. In the central core the lease depth is relatively equal around the core of the building. Central Core Location

  27. Central Core Location

  28. Central Core Location

  29. In the central core the lease depth is relatively equal around the core of the building. The Tenant can lease the entire floor plate Central Core Location

  30. Central Core Location Core Lease Depth Tenant Lease Space

  31. Or the tenant can lease a portion of the floor plate. Core Location

  32. Central Core Location Core Lease Depth Tenant Lease Space

  33. Central Core Location Bruce Graham John Hancock Bldg.Chicago, Ill.

  34. Central Core Location • Frank Gehry New York Times Headquarters

  35. Central Core Location

  36. Core Location

  37. The off Set-Core places the core off center creating differing lease depths. Off- Set Core Location

  38. Off- Set Core Location Lease Depth 1 Lease Depth 2 Core Lease Depth 3

  39. The off Set-Core places the core off center creating differing lease depths. This provides greater leasing options. Off- Set Core Location

  40. Off- Set Core Location Lease Depth 1 Core Lease Depth 2

  41. Off- Set Core Location Henry CobbElecticite de FranceParis, France

  42. Off- Set Core Location Jean Nouvel Torre AgbarBarcelona, Spain

  43. The Split core divides the core with a central space, all components of the core are accessed from this central space. Split Core Location

  44. Split Core Location Core Core Tenant Lease Space

  45. Split Core Location

  46. This eliminates the need for any peripheral access corridor and lease space can extend right up to the walls of the core elements. Off- Set Core Location

  47. Split Core Location Tenant Lease Space Core Core

  48. Split Core Location Murphy / Jahn, Deutsche Post

  49. Split Core Location Cesar Pelli International Finance Center II

  50. The Split Core can be divided in any number of ways. It should be noted that this increases the depth of the core and therefore the size of the floor plate. Split Core Location