Jeff Serbin

About: Jeff serbin

Jeff Serbin is Vice President of Serbin Studio. His responsibilities include architectural design and project management. He coordinates the work of consultants and design team members, and is involved in design from concept through construction.

 

Articles by Jeff serbin:

The Perfect Customer Lounge

20 Dec 2018 in Architectural Planning&Architecture&Blog&Commercial Architecture&office architecture&office design arizona&office improvement&Uncategorized

What are the key ingredients to a good customer lounge? Taking a break from the daily grind is important.  Getting up from your chair, your cubicle or just out of your working environment and relaxing your eyes on a different environment other than the screen 1 foot away from your face is a great visual Continue Reading

Serbin Studio AT&T Conference room

Conference Room Interior Design

07 Dec 2018 in Architecture&Blog&Commercial Architecture&data center&Interiors&office architecture&office design arizona&office improvement&phoenix architects&Uncategorized

Conference Room Interior Design If conference room walls could talk.  Designed to hold confidential conversation behind closed doors, these spaces must be adequately sized, comfortable and designed to allow people to connect.  Flexibility is key in a facility where a presentation can be among a few to a large group. The original facility for this Continue Reading

Small commercial space, is one bathroom enough?

26 Nov 2018 in Architectural Planning&Architecture&Blog&building code&Commercial Architecture&Uncategorized

Are you planning on a tenant improvement and looking at leasing an existing space?   Whether it is for a small office, retail, mercantile or restaurant in a small commercial space, is one bathroom enough? In a large building, may not big a big concern, as the percentage of area is minimal.  When designing for a Continue Reading

Minimum Size of a Bath Room

Minimum Size of a Bathroom

09 Oct 2018 in ADA&architect in Arizona&Architectural Planning&Architecture&Blog&building code&Uncategorized

What is the Minimum size of a Bathroom?  Does you current room meet ADA and building codes requirements?  Are you building a new Bathroom and unsure of the correct size?  Clearance and maneuverability is the driving factor to the size of a Bathroom.  In a large building, may not big a big concern, as the Continue Reading

Do I need a drinking fountain?

Do I need a Drinking Fountain?

11 Sep 2018 in ADA&Architecture&Blog&building code&Uncategorized

Do I need a drinking fountain?  As an Architect, I interact with clients, engineers and contractors who have acquired bits of information about Building Codes.  Sometimes, those bits are misconceptions and regurgitated information.  The building codes can be intimidating and have no beginning or end. To learn the code, the best way is jumping in feet Continue Reading

Should my door have panic hardware?

22 Aug 2018 in Architecture&Blog&building code&Uncategorized

Should my door have panic hardware? – Building Codes As an Architect, I interact with clients, engineers and contractors who have acquired bits of information about Building Codes.  Sometimes, those bits are misconceptions and regurgitated information.  The building codes can be intimidating and have no beginning or end. To learn the code, the best way is Continue Reading

Do I need an Elevator?

22 Aug 2018 in ADA&Blog&building code&Uncategorized

Do I need an Elevator? – Building Codes As an Architect, I interact with clients, engineers and contractors who have acquired bits of information about Building Codes.  Sometimes, those bits are misconceptions and regurgitated information.  The building codes can be intimidating and have no beginning or end. To learn the code, the best way is jumping Continue Reading

Exit Travel Distance

Exit Travel Distance

21 Aug 2018 in Architectural Planning&Blog&building code&Uncategorized

Exit Travel Distance – Building Codes As an Architect, I interact with clients, engineers and contractors who have acquired bits of information about Building Codes.  Sometimes, those bits are misconceptions and regurgitated information.  The building codes can be intimidating and have no beginning or end. To learn the code, the best way is jumping in feet Continue Reading

Door Fire Rating

17 Aug 2018 in Blog&building code&door&Uncategorized

Door Fire Rating – Building Codes As an Architect, I interact with clients, engineers and contractors who have acquired bits of information about Building Codes.  Sometimes, those bits are misconceptions and regurgitated information.  The building codes can be intimidating and have no beginning or end. To learn the code, the best way is jumping in feet Continue Reading

Door Swing Clearances

Clearance around a door

15 Aug 2018 in ADA&Architectural Planning&Architecture&Blog&building code&door&Uncategorized

Clearance around a door – Building Codes As an Architect, I interact with clients, engineers and contractors who have acquired bits of information about Building Codes.  Sometimes, those bits are misconceptions and regurgitated information.  The building codes can be intimidating and have no beginning or end. To learn the code, the best way is jumping in Continue Reading