Extraordinary offices

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Watson Guptill, 1998 - Architecture - 157 pages
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Dynamism, flexibility, communication, and fluidity are words that define the offices featured in this book. As technology has gradually freed workers from many monotonous and lonely tasks, offices are no longer exclusively the prestigious domains of managers. Instead, they are often spaces where ordinary workers create products and ideas.

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Francisco Asensio Cerver, president of a publishing house specializing in architecture and design, is also the founder of several international magazines and an advertising agency. He has won many graphic design and publishing awards and is also the author of "Fine Arts for Beginners" and "Practical Course of Watercolor." He currently lives and works in Spain.