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Life of Work

Myerson, Jeremy
Life of Work focuses on the work of office furniture manufacturer and interior design firm, Haworth. In this survey Haworth look at the future of the office, design trends and how changes in office design can increase the productivity of the workforce.
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Office Design: Most Innovative and Newest Office Interiors Design: No. 2

New Space Editorial Team
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Office - Interior Design in China

Chen, Weixin
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Elements Europe: The European Council and the Council of the European Union

Attali, J
Monograph about the new building for the European Council - a building destined to represent the executive branch of Europe.
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Plants at Work: An inspirational guide to greenterior design

Koepf, Miriam
Plants change working environments, adding a touch of nature and style and improving the indoor climate. Their positive effect on people is visible and tangible.
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Space Planning for Commercial Office Interiors

Bakker M L
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Beyond Live/Work: The Architecture of Home-based Work

Holliss, Frances
Traces the history of the work/home, analyses its contemporary form, and assess its social, architectural and urban potential.
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Corporate Interiors: 12

Yee R
Corporate interiors No. 12 showcases how business leaders along with their architects and interior designers successfully provide these state-of-the-art facilities for their management and staff. With 100's of full-color images and insightful text, this book offers an effective means of assessing options for planning, designing and building these workspaces.
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Corporate Interiors No. 13

Yee R
Over 25 leading architectural/design firms present new directions that are being created in the design of today's workplaces.
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MKDA: Workplace Design Where Form Delivers Function

Kleinberg, Michael
It takes a lot to impress the fashion industry. But in 1959, Vienna-born interior designer Milo Kleinberg opened Milo Kleinberg Design Associates in New York, and created showrooms for the Garment District that captured the essence of the fashion houses they served--and improved sales and services dramatically.
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