Workplaces and workspaces: office designs that work

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Rockport Publishers, 1998 - Business & Economics - 192 pages
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Office planning is one of the most challenging aspects of interior design: the designer must create a beautiful space that is functional, yet retains the personality of the company. This handsome volume showcases some of the best examples of effective office space design, from large corporate facilities to small law offices. Beautiful photographs display all parts of the building, from reception areas to desk spaces to cafeterias, and text explains in detail why the space is effective. This volume will serve as an office-planning primer for this decade and the next to come.

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Contents

FOREWORD 9 CORPORATE AND INSTITUTIONAL OFFICES
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Solomon R Guggenheim Museum
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Lowe Howard Spink
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About the author (1998)

Henderon is a freelance writer specializing in architecture, interior design, and travel writing. He served as senior and contributing editor to Interiors Magazine.

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