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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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In several of my previous entries about space reduction, I highlighted the impact of new technologies on mobile work practices and the resultant effect on the physical environment of today’s office space. In particular, these articles have emphasized the continued trend toward a reduction in the...

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