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By Alan Ruby, Senior Architectural Consultant

Recently, I received several comments in response to my blog The Ruling Is in: High Tech Mobile Law Offices Really Work requesting more detail about the function and layout of my attorney’s new office. My attorney was more than willing to give me a...

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By Alan Ruby, Senior Architectural Consultant

Whenever I compare the characteristics of a traditional office to a contemporary mobile office, I inevitably think of my attorney’s old-fashioned office as a prime example. His dark, walnut-paneled walls, shelves stocked with law books, massive desk,...
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In my last article on planning for mobile offices, I presented example furniture and facilities for employees that predominantly work individually or with others in a dedicated workspace. Today, I review the principal furniture and facilities needed for employees that work in small groups or...

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In my last post, The Design of Mobile Offices Influenced by Work Practices, I presented three predominant characteristics of work practices that drive the design of mobile and flexible office layouts; work location, interaction with others, and time spent in each situation. I also presented the...

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Today, in our third and final piece on workplace privacy, we’re going to tackle the issue of personal matters at the office.

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