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Construction and design manual offices

Author: Ansgar Oswald
Publisher: Berlin : DOM Publishers, 2013.
Series: Construction and design manual.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Modern workspaces need to handle organizational complexity while providing the newest technology and equipment. More than that, office buildings are also the architectural callingcards of modern businesses. Transparency, openness, and environmental sensitivity are the qualities required of company headquarters and administrative buildings. In terms of interior design, the corporate image starts with the lobby and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Pictorial works
Ouvrages illustrés
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ansgar Oswald
ISBN: 9783869222370 3869222379
OCLC Number: 969094081
Notes: 2 booklets in pocket: Booklet 1: Standard details for office planning. Booklet 2: Client questionnaire.
Description: 303 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), plans ; 29 cm + 2 booklets.
Contents: The invention of the office. A cultural history / Hajo Eickhoff --
Office areas / Silke Kühfuß, Roland Pawlitschko --
30 contemporary projects / Ansgar Oswald --
Materials / Hans Wolfgang Hoffmann.
Series Title: Construction and design manual.
Responsibility: Ansgar Oswald.

Abstract:

Modern workspaces need to handle organizational complexity while providing the newest technology and equipment. More than that, office buildings are also the architectural callingcards of modern businesses. Transparency, openness, and environmental sensitivity are the qualities required of company headquarters and administrative buildings. In terms of interior design, the corporate image starts with the lobby and its furnishings. Some designs break with the traditional organization of workspaces, others aspire to turn offices into spatial objets d'art, and still others rely on the psychology of colour or integrate the landscape or cityscape surrounding the building into the design. Thirty cutting-edge examples are presented in this handbook, which features acclaimed office designs from around the world.

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