Designing the Automated Office: A Guide for Architects, Interior Designers, Space Planners, and Facility Managers
Deals with the design challenge of the current trend towards office automation. Learn the tools for creating designs that handle modern technological demands without sacrificing human needs. Includes background information on hardware & software, & the effects of the physical environment on employee attitude & performance.
Programming the Automated Office
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