Office Space Planning: Designs for Tomorrow's Workplace / Edition 1

Office Space Planning: Designs for Tomorrow's Workplace / Edition 1

by Alexi Marmot, Joanna Eley
     
 

ISBN-10: 0071341994

ISBN-13: 9780071341998

Pub. Date: 06/30/2000

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing

"Excellent."

—The Economist

“Useful insight into specific spatial and technological implications of recent changes in the organization of office work...lively and lucid text.”

—Architects’ Journal

"Written by two of the country's experts ... it is a good read."

—Financial Times

"Any facility manager, space planner,

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"Excellent."

—The Economist

“Useful insight into specific spatial and technological implications of recent changes in the organization of office work...lively and lucid text.”

—Architects’ Journal

"Written by two of the country's experts ... it is a good read."

—Financial Times

"Any facility manager, space planner, property manager, architect, or interior designer ought to know the contents of every section ... clearly the best book of its kind on this subject we have read."

—Gerald Davis and Francoise Szigeti, International Centre for Facilities

"The industry is hungry for books like this ... more practical and design details than other books."

—Marilyn Zelinsky, author of New Workplaces for New Workstyles and The Home Office Bible

One-Stop Office Design Answers

Office Space Planning

Design for Tomorrow's Workplace

Coax the maximum benefits from any professional space with this practical guide to planning and designing leading-edge workplaces. Offering help with both open-plan and enclosed space systems, this resource from two top international experts is packed with information, case studies, and tools that will help you:

Meet employees' space and task needs.

Respond to changing work patterns and attitudes.

Plan offices both large and small, private sector and public agency, owned and leased.

Use hands-on checklists, rules of thumb, charts, and guidelines to quickly solve design dilemmas and answer design questions.

Resolve air quality, temperature, and other environmental issues.

Make expert choices on lighting, furniture, and other fixtures.

INTERNATIONAL CASE STUDIES

Arthur Andersen, Boston

National Minority AIDS Council, Washington, D.C.

Rhino Entertainment, Los Angeles

Price Waterhouse Coopers, Philadelphia

Commerzbank, Frankfurt

Excite, Redwood City

TBWA/Chiat/Day, Los Angeles

Alcoa Corporate Center, Pittsburgh

Conde Nast, Times Square, New York

World Neighbors, Oklahoma City

Bank of America, Las Vegas

Silicon Graphics, Redwood City

Nortel Networks, Brampton, Ontario

British Airways, Heathrow

Publicis & Hal Riney, San Francisco

National Electronic Warranty, Great Falls, Montana

And more!

About the Authors

Alexi Ferster Marmot is director of AMA, Alexi Marmot Associates, a leading office design firm based in London, England, and established in 1990. Among their clients are a number of large international companies, government agencies, and healthcare firms. She has a B.Arch in Architecture from the University of Sydney, Masters degrees in Architecture and City Planning, and a Ph.D. from the University of California at Berkeley. Before starting her own firm, she was director of research at DEGW, one of the world's largest office design firms.

Joanna Eley has a B.Sc in Architecture from the University of London and an M.A. from Oxford University where she studied Politics, Philosophy, and Economics. She is a director for AMA and has worked as a consultant for many other organizations including DEGW. She has 20 years of experience in architectural design, consultancy, and writing on architectural and business issues.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780071341998
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
Publication date:
06/30/2000
Series:
Time Saver Standards Concise Series
Pages:
478
Product dimensions:
7.70(w) x 9.60(h) x 1.12(d)

Table of Contents


Introduction
Location-free Work
Knowledge is Power
Leveling the Space Pyramid
Four Walls and a Door
The Open Plan Office
Sick Building Syndrome Avoidance
Amenities
Information Technology
Renovation and Relocation
Further Reading
Index

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