Designers collecting information before beginning to plan projects, particularly workplace ones, often ask the people who will use a space about their work – and all designers need to effectively plan their own schedules.
Munch and his team’s recent research on office lighting is particularly important since as a result of flexible and longer work hours many people find themselves in their offices in the early evening.
I was privileged to be involved in conceiving and writing for this book, whose goal was to help facility managers envision, produce, and thrive by examining changes in work and workplace.
A classic study of workplace personalization presents findings that are still important today.
Researchers at the University of Exeter have completed research that supports including fitness centers in corporate campuses and similar complexes.
Moen and her team investigated the relationship between flexible work arrangements and employee wellness
The British Council for Offices (BCO) polled 1,000 office workers in the United Kingdom to learn more about their workplace experiences.
Costa investigated the tendency of people to sit in the same seat each time they are in a public space.
Jahncke and her colleagues explored the performance repercussions of noise in open-plan offices.
Danielsson has extensively investigated how office design influences user health, job satisfaction, and well-being.