Living and Working Spaces
LOFT and HBI, 2000 - Architecture - 175 pages
The revolutionary effect of cyberspace on working space and living space is documented in this concentrated look at how traditional homes are changing to keep pace with the emergence of new technologies. Includes photos, plans, and sketches. 350 illustrations, 320 in color.
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