Intelligent Buildings in South East Asia

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Taylor & Francis, Sep 10, 1998 - Architecture - 192 pages
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The growing demand for high quality office and manufacturing space in South East Asia has led to an increasing awareness of 'intelligent building' concepts. This study is based on a major research project undertaken by three leading players in the construction industry - DEGW, Northcroft and Ove Arup & Partners - which looked at user requirements and changing patterns in the workplace. The book also contains key findings from the earlier Intelligent Buildings in Europe study undertaken by DEGW and Tecknibank and provides in one volume essential information on building intelligence.

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About the author (1998)

Loe is affiliated with Northcroft, Ltd, London

James Read is Senior Research Associate at Charles River Associates in Boston.

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