The Responsible Workplace: The Redesign of Work and Offices
Offices and office work are changing at many levels: offices are being increasingly in out-of-town locations; job sharing and workstation sharing have implications on office design; developing communications mean that people do not need to be tied to their offices. Green considerations are yet another factor in the equation. This book is a source of information for architects on the design of the workplace.
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