Citations with the tag: OFFICE layout
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- Furniture that grows on you (As your firm grows).
// Buildings; Sep95, Vol. 89 Issue 9, p63
Discusses the various aspects of alternative officing. Solutions for teaming and office realignment; Accommodating virtual workers; Planning for teleconferencing, and mergers and acquisitions; Assessment of the available infrastructure.
- Some firms reconsider open-office design.
Thomas, Christine // Crain's Cleveland Business; 8/16/93, Vol. 14 Issue 33, p13
Reports on evolution of approach to office design. Evaluation of open-office design concept; Analysis of company's work requirement before opting for open-office layout; Level of employee interaction and teamwork; Visual and acoustic privacy.
- Creative space.
Light, Elizabeth // NZ Business; Nov96, Vol. 10 Issue 10, p41
Focuses on the creative office layout, and the view that this changes rapidly. Impact changes in information technology has on office design; Flexibility in the layout of offices; Advantages and disadvantages of having an open office; Information on office furniture. INSETS: Planning for the...
- Cost is not only issue when planning an office.
Cooper Jr., Richard B. // San Diego Business Journal; 3/6/95, Vol. 16 Issue 10, p13A
Focuses on the issues in planning for an office. Review of areas before making decisions; Cost consideration; Furniture needs; Government requirements.
- Has the paperless office finally arrived?
Valovic, Tom // Telecommunications - Americas Edition; Mar96, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p10
Opinion. Presents information on the possibility of having a paperless office environment. Involvement of MCI; Benefits of a paperless office.
- Office landscaping for a new era.
Goldberg, Carol // Long Island Business News (7/1993 to 5/2009); 2/27/95, Vol. 42 Issue 9, p25
Discusses office planning and design layout. Use of form, function and technology; Centering on the computer; Downsizing by selling off, scaling down and reconfiguring space; Cost of furniture; Regulations from the Office of Safety and Health Administration; Taste in decor; Increase in...
- An office of one's own.
Vaz, Valeria // Essence (Essence); Aug95, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p44
Presents tips on how to create an office at home. Dimensions; Separating work space from family activities; Adequate ventilation and lighting; Decoration; Expenses; Contact information.
- Disorganization--not lack of space--may be your problem.
Very, Pat // San Diego Business Journal; 01/12/98, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p14
Discusses office technology, while claiming that a lack of office space is usually as a result of disorganization which often limits office space, rather than an actual lack of space. Details on an experiment that can be used by office users to ensure adequate space.
- Making the small office work.
Edwards, Paul; Edwards, Sarah // PC World; Dec1993, Vol. 11 Issue 12, p282
Advises on how to set up an efficient small office. Convenience; Comfort; Functionality; Location; Furniture and furnishings; Rental of space; Lighting as a major environmental factor affecting productivity; Office equipment; Separation of office from other activities; Home office's demarcation...
- Office design driven by tech trends, cost control.
Beal, Eileen // Crain's Cleveland Business; 05/21/2001, Vol. 22 Issue 21, p22
Reports factors driving workplace and layout designs in Cleveland, Ohio. Effects of office designs to employees; Features of a convenient office; Role of technology in office designing.
- The Boxed-In Rebellion.
Sanchez, Mark // Grand Rapids Business Journal; 6/18/2001, Vol. 19 Issue 25, p1
Reports on the plan of Haworth Inc.'s ideation research and development department manager Jeff Reuschel to launch Cubist Revival, an office cubicle models in a trade show in Chicago. Concept behind the cubicles; Difference from other cubicle styles; Comment of Reuschel regarding his styles.
Flores-Vianna, Miguel // House Beautiful; Apr2001, Vol. 143 Issue 4, p62
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- Cleaning house.
Kanarek, Lisa // Entrepreneur; Sep94, Vol. 22 Issue 9, p108
Profiles home-based entrepreneurs who organized their offices for convenience and accessibility. Richard Falls; Bette Price; Michael Kaplan and Wendy Berman.
- The Changing Office Scene Fewer Walls, Better Services.
Shiff, Robert A. // Management Review; Dec68, Vol. 57 Issue 12, p2
Explores the need for change in office structures and design. Revolution in office functions and equipments; Disadvantages of traditional office layouts; Benefits of office landscaping; Concept of administrative substation.
- CUT DEPARTMENT COSTS THROUGH EFFECTIVE SPACE PLANNING.
Burns, John E.; Dutchak, Daniel P. // Industrial Management; Aug73, Vol. 15 Issue 8, p4
Discusses how management can cut department costs through effective space planning. Importance of establishing minimum and maximum square feet levels per person; Situation wherein the manager can establish one level of space requirement; Requirements for foremen.
- Slide Rule.
Geran, Monica // Interior Design; Sep99, Vol. 70 Issue 11, p256
Discusses how the design of a New York City, New York-based recruiting office addressed the need for flexibility and influx of natural light. Client profile; Design objectives; Introduction of sliding translucent glass doors; Mobile screens for delineating spaces.
- Remember space and comfort when creating a home office.
Allie, Paul // Fairfield County Business Journal; 6/5/95, Vol. 34 Issue 23, p20
Presents suggestions on how to set up or renovate a home office. Size of workspace; Size of worksurface; Furniture; Monitor positioning; Air space and protection of electronic components; Pacing of work load; Other tools needed.
- Putting the record straight.
J.F. // Accountancy; Nov84, Vol. 95 Issue 1095, p59
Relates the author's reflections on the assignment of his group, the auditors, to an office next to the fire escape exit when his office relocated. Significance of the fire exit to the auditors' work; Samples of auditors' dossiers that can be read by any intruder breaking into the office...
- Tough times scatter shops around N.Y.
Gault, Ylonda // Crain's New York Business; 8/2/93, Vol. 9 Issue 31, p14
Reports on the changing attitudes of advertising agencies in terms of office design and relocation. Absence of `in' areas; Price as the overriding concern; Preference for utilitarian design; Lease negotiations; Role of changes in design.
- Creative office.
Gault, Ylonda // Detail (English Edition); Jan/Feb2011, Vol. 2011 Issue 1, p101
The article offers information on the new concept developed by Great Britain-based Vitra Ltd. for its 2011 Citizen Office project which features a central office forum and surrounding workstation areas.
- Records management as space management using prepositional control: OUTsourcing, INdexing...
La Sala, Paula // Records Management Quarterly; Jul93, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p22
Discusses how a records manager can achieve a higher `records' program visibility by improving the utilization of space. Garnering of knowledge as the first way to meet the challenge; Prioritizing; Outsourcing as the quickest way to convert records; Indexing rules to be followed; Reasons for...
- Safety considerations in designing accommodations for information system.
Joseph, Anthony J. // Records Management Quarterly; Oct93, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p28
Discusses suggested physical safety measures in designing or renovating accommodations for information systems. Existing accommodations; Physical threats; Planning implications.
- The Office Plan.
Lieber, Roland L. // ABA Journal; Nov90, Vol. 76 Issue 11, p108
Discusses planning concepts for attorney offices. Popularity of neighborhooding; Ways to determine the size of attorney offices; Installation of telecommunications.
- A BRIEF MEMO ON OFFICE ORGANIZATION.
Lieber, Roland L. // Esquire; May2013, Vol. 159 Issue 5, p76
The article presents suggestions for office organization including choosing lighting that is warm and amber, keeping quotation or memento that is inspiring, and having open spaces in office.
- What does 'spacebudgeting' mean to you?
Glover, Tony // Accountancy; Jul1984, Vol. 95 Issue 1091, p121
Discusses planning of office spaces. Spacebudgeting process; Energy conservation aspects of the planning and design of buildings; Architectural firm Duffy Eley Giffone and Worthington's spacebudgeting project for the Digital Equipment Corp.; Aspects of space-planning that worry facilities managers.
- Furnishing the Scandinavian way.
Glover, Tony // Accountancy; May86, Vol. 97 Issue 1113, p146
Introduces NKR Environment Ltd.'s office furniture package called Office Team. Design of the package for companies with a high level of automation; Aim of saving space; Contact information.
- DOES YOUR OFFICE MEASURE UP?
Tilney, Kathy // Accountancy; May87, Vol. 99 Issue 1125, p84
Examines the role played by the structure and design of an office on its performance. Problems commonly associated with a poorly planned workplace with inadequate facilities; Areas to be reviewed critically when evaluating or designing the workplace; Suggested steps for redesigning or...
- Personal best?
Burnett, Linda // Contract; Mar2003, Vol. 45 Issue 3, p41
Highlights the decrease in the presence of personal space in office surroundings. Increase in expenditure for improving office productivity; Emphasis of office interiors on team identification rather than personal identification; Changes that have been observed in office interiors over the years.
- kleine Werke (28).
Hildner, Claudia // Baumeister; jul2012, Issue 7, p60
The article reviews the architectural design of an outdoor office, designed by Architect David Ajasa-Adekunle, of the architectural firm Innovation Imperative.
- 'Bullpens' preferred over cubicles, private offices.
Dickinson, Casey J. // Business Journal (Central New York); 3/8/2002, Vol. 19 Issue 10, p1
Discusses the study 'Offices That Work, Balancing Communication, Flexibility and Cost' conducted by Cornell University in Ithaca, New York about the effectiveness of offices. Office layout preferred by employees; Purpose of private offices.
- The Optimal Office.
Eisinger, Jane // Association Management; Oct2002, Vol. 54 Issue 10, p56
Provides tips for a creative office design. Creation of office layout; Estimation of workspace; Proper allocation of resources. INSETS: Talking and Ringing and Eating, Oh My!;Sit Up Straight.
- Give 'Em Space.
McCall, Kimberly L. // Entrepreneur; Jan2004, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p77
Examines the importance of a good office layout to foster happiness in employees. Placing a premium on the aesthetic environment to see an immediate boost in energy, productivity and well-being; Need to consider noise/interruption control, creature comforts and lighting in designing an optimal...
- Execs better file away hope of regal work area.
MORAN, TIM // Crain's Detroit Business; 05/03/99, Vol. 15 Issue 18, p13
Describes the layout of work spaces of executives in Michigan. Size of U-shaped workstations composed of metal framing and laminate; Installation of file drawers at ends of U-shaped workstations.
- Law Office Layout and Design.
Altman, Mary Ann // American Bar Association Journal; Jan1975, Vol. 61 Issue 1, p54
Presents advice on law office layout and design. Advantages and disadvantages of certain types of office structures; Provisions for expansion; Use of a building or relocation committee; Study of traffic patterns in locating the firm's facilities; Space for legal assistants; Space for the...
- Shedding Light on UFAD.
Good, Shawn D.; Seibert, James // Consulting-Specifying Engineer; Feb2002, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p32
Presents various innovations in office, power and data distribution in U.S. Description of the raised-floor wiring installation; Energy saving designs for office lighting; Disadvantage of the Hot-5 lamp design. INSET: Award-Winning VDV and Lighting.
- A Library Without Walls.
Vesey, Ken // Book Report; Mar/Apr2002, Vol. 20 Issue 5, p14
Focuses on the design of offices in libraries in the U.S. Presence of window to allow supervision of the students; Isolation of librarians in the library; Implication of an open environment in a library on information sharing.
Milshtein, Amy // Contract; Mar2003, Vol. 45 Issue 3, p48
Focuses on the renovation of San Francisco, California-based movie house when it became the office of Brava! For Women in the Arts. Financial limitations in carrying out the renovation; Range of services offered by the company; Highlights of the expenditure of funds raised form the state; List...
- Value-Driven Design.
Babcock, Regina Raiford // Buildings; Oct2003, Vol. 97 Issue 10, p48
Focuses on the changes in the construction and design of buildings and office spaces in the U.S. Aim of facilities design professionals; Examples of cost-effective design concepts; Views of facilities managers on ergonomics. INSETS: What is Value?;The Cost of Comfort.
- Interior design helps define workplace, pros say.
O'Sullivan, Jeannie // Inside Tucson Business; 01/31/2000, Vol. 9 Issue 45, p29
Discusses how the interior design of workplace atmospheres influence the sales and productivity of a company. Impact of color in establishing moods and projecting company image; Type of color suited for particular establishments; Ergonomic office furniture.
- Miller joins site offices.
Willock, Rob // Contract Journal; 8/29/2002, Vol. 415 Issue 6392, p6
Reports on the standardization made by Miller Construction on its on-site office layouts for contractors. Purpose of the standardization; Description of the utilities available for occupants; Impact on on-site relationships.
- Bon Voyage.
Cohen, Edie // Interior Design; Sep99, Vol. 70 Issue 11, p236
Discusses the design concepts used in the transformation of a residential loft in the Soho district of New York City, New York, into an architectural home/office studio. Imperceptible delineation between home and office; Space interventions; Space zoning; Design flexibility; Precepts of boat...
- A View From the 93rd Floor.
Frankel, Elana // Interior Design; Sep99, Vol. 70 Issue 11, p260
Discusses the interior decoration treatment employed in creating corporate accommodations for an investment firm located at the 93rd floor of the One World Trade Center in New York City, New York, that reflects taste and elegance. Modern design scheme; Neutral materials palette; Glass-enclosed...
- Tomorrow's workplace: Lost in space?
Bosco, Pearl // Buildings; Mar1993, Vol. 87 Issue 3, p34
Discusses space planning concerns in offices arising from downsizing, emphasis on customer service and advances in telecommunications technology. Refurbishment of facilities at LaSalle National Bank; Reconfiguration of office lay-outs of Huntington Bancshares Inc.
- If you work here, put away your office when you're done.
OTT, KARALYNN // Crain's Detroit Business; 05/03/99, Vol. 15 Issue 18, p15
Describes call center office environment of VSI Holdings Inc.'s Visual Services unit in Livonia, Michigan. Size of the facility; Flexibility of component-based office units; Advantages for accountants and salespersons; Cost savings of changing office layout.
- Finally, office designers are paying attention to people.
Odenwald, Arlene // New Mexico Business Journal; Mar96, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p49
Focuses on the trend toward office designs in the United States that incorporate human considerations. Emphasis on how information flows or how people actually work; Enhancement of employee efficiency and productivity through design; Evolution of modern office into nonhierarchical settings that...
- Urban Bay area bank finds cheap funding amid the redwoods...
Dietrich, R. Kevin // American Banker; 5/22/1996, Vol. 161 Issue 98, p7
States that South San Francisco-based Liberty Bank has chose Ben Lomond, California as the place to open its third office, where it will join the branch office in Boulder Creek. Background information on the development of Liberty; Bank's operations to accommodate the two branches; Comments...
- Living in a box.
Dietrich, R. Kevin // Director (00123242); Jun2005, Vol. 58 Issue 11, p17
Presents the results of a survey of office owners on the impact of office space on the profitability and wellbeing of employees, conducted by office interior design specialist Area Sq in 2005.
- ALSO RECOMMENDED: summaries of other timely articles.
Dietrich, R. Kevin // Management Review; Jan69, Vol. 58 Issue 1, p71
Discusses abstracts of articles concerning management published as of January 1969. Office planning and layout; Factors that influence the growth in real estate business.
- Space medicine.
Ellison, William // Estates Gazette; 6/8/2002, Issue 223, p104
Explains the benefits of an ergonomic approach to the office or workplace. Advantages of open-plan offices; Reasons for paying attention to ergonomics; Key issues involved in an ergonomic approach; Factors to consider in office layout and overall design of the building.
- Spring preening.
Ellison, William // Westchester County Business Journal; 02/08/99, Vol. 38 Issue 6, p19
Focuses on landscape architect Robin MacLean's creation of an instant garden just outside her office in Bedford Village in Westchester County, New York. Utilization of potted plants of perennial grasses, hosta and Siberian Iris; Building owner Edward Lashins' comments on the beautification of...