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    Nurse's Station

    Usually I don't post a single image, but I haven't had time to finish this one out and just wanted to get it up.
    The desk is loosely based on Lucio Santo's reception desk design, but I made some modifications in Revit to it.
    Let me know what you guys think!
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    Overall it's pretty good. I marked my thoughts in the attached image.
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    The door in the hallway is right i think, its just not in the recess where the double is. And the light ray isnt a gap in the model, it appears the can light is just to close to the one or two inch soffit edge thats there. But i totally agree on the cabinets. They kill the image. Other others from the other day are beautiful. I emailed them around the office here.

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    Thanks, guys. Yeah I agree, the cabinets are "weird" let's just say. They are modeled to match the Lucio Santo's desk, since that's how they are proposed in that design. I forced myself to follow the concept through for consistency. I'll re-evaluate them.
    The gap in the ceiling is actually a reveal in the panel above. <cough over-designed cough>
    As for the wood doors, Maller nailed it. --> The perspective at that exact point makes the doors look out of place, but it is in fact a recessed double-door to the room, and then a door for storage in the hallway. It bothered me too, but clearly the main focus is to nail that nurse's reception desk. <--That took some thought to build by the way.
    Oh and the monitors....eh, they will need work. They are supposed to be like the monitor's in Iron Man 2, which are sort of holographic. In reality, they are based loosely on the Asus Transformer AiO 20" Android tablet that runs Windows 8 when it's connected to it's base station.
    Looks like I've got some work to do.

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