The requirements confronting our workplaces have recently undergone a dramatic transformation. Constantly shifting workspace populations and varying uses of workspace call for flexible spatial structures, and so do new professions and innovative working methods. The plannung of workspaces is influenced by the digitalization of our storage media as well as by new materials and building technologies. And yet for all the importance of flexibility and technology, the ultimate focus isstill on human beings. How, then can the multilayered concepts of indoor climate, lighting, acoustics, and ergonomics be reconciled with spatial structures that lend themselves to a variety of uses? In keeping with the typological approach of the series, this volume of the series In Detail presents the various work environments organized according to use. The focus throughout is on the successful interplay between technical standards, organizational structures, and human needs.Kees Kaan Geboren 1961 in Breda; 1987 Diplom an der Delft University cf Technology; seit 1993 Gastdozent an diversen ... Volksbank in Salzburg Bauherr: Domus [C Leasing GesmbH Architekten: BKK-3 mit Johann Winter, Wien Projektleitung: Dominik Hennecke, Corinna ... AachenMA¼nchener DirektionsgebAcude in Aachen Bauherr: Generali Deutschland Immobilien GmbH Architekten: ... Gerhard Wiftfeld Smart-Working-Konzept fA¼r Credit Suisse in ZA¼rich Bauherr: Oredit Suisse AG.
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