Planning Office Space tackles architectural concerns in offices design. The book is comprised of 37 chapters that are organized into 10 sections. Section I covers the planning of the office space. Section II discusses the office shell, while Section III deals with the office interior. The book also deals with the economics of building offices, and then tackles the legal concerns in office planning. The office environment and facilities are discussed. The text also covers office space management and the future of office designs. The last section presents a guide to office design. The text will be useful to architects and individuals who want to either commission or renovate an office.Perimeter-dependent 6.01 In cellular office buildings, power and telephone wiring is usually carried either in the ... Open layout grid 6.02 Although several types of under-floor ducting are in use, not all of which demand a strict grid of outlets for ... 7.01 Much of office layout consists of a process of joining one workplace to another until everyone is accommodated. ... large open spaces and to guard space standards so that some workplaces do not gain space at the expense of others.
|Title||:||Planning Office Space|
|Author||:||Francis Duffy, Colin Cave, John Worthington|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2013-10-22|