By Philip Ross
This primary finished survey of place of work layout for the hot century, this booklet captures rising topics and concepts in workplace structure and interiors all over the world. Written and researched via the authors of The artistic workplace, it advances the idea that of accelerating creativity in making plans and layout by way of exploring the recent place of work types which are constructing according to swift organisational, social and technological switch. within the advent the authors speak about how the hot office of the twenty first century is already showing diversified spatial, organizational and fabric features from the scientifically controlled, process-driven, mechanistic version of the 20 th century glossy place of work. this is often through 4 thematic chapters that illustrate the foremost new traits via forty five foreign case stories.
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