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    Are you aware of how much vacant space you are currently paying for in your office? You may occasionally walk around and notice one or two empty offices or workstations and not think much of it. But if you add up all the vacant spaces on one floor, or even across multiple floors in a...

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    As any space planner or architectural designer can tell you, a lot of detail and thought goes into developing plans for a workplace. With the recent trend towards open offices and mobility, the need for careful space planning is even more essential. But behind the programs of requirements,...

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    Is there more to achieving collaborative open office spaces than just good design? The all-too-common dissatisfaction with the performance of open offices would suggest so. A note to myself and other architects involved in this pursuit; be humble, look at the broader picture.

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    Alison Jones, Lead Consultant

    Today’s modern office setting may at first glance appear to be designed solely for extroverts, while leaving introverts craving the solitude of the private office of years gone by.  But is that really the case?  Do these more open and collaborative office settings...

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    By Keith Fentress

    Can design psychology help to create spaces for your new office that give a sense of purpose and meaning to employees?

    Transitioning from a traditional office to an open office environment that fosters collaboration and mobility can be challenging. The Internet is loaded with...

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