Designing the automated office: a guide for architects, interior designers, space planners, and facility managers

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Whitney Library of Design, 1984 - Art - 224 pages
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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.

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Contents

Foreword by John J Connell
7
Programming the Automated Office
19
Space Planning and Design
46
SelectingSpecifying Furnishings and Equipment
100
Some Helpful Hints
147
Operating the Automated Workplace
163
Design Portfolio
175
Planning for the Future
194
Appendix
214
Selected Bibliography
221
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