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Preface Acknowledgments Abbreviations Epigraph 1. Introduction to Space Planning 2. Clients and their Organizations 3. Discovery Process 4. Contract Furniture 5. Circulation and Clearances 6. Room Envelopes and Typical Private Office Layouts 7. Typical Workstation Layouts 8. Conference Rooms 9. Reception Areas or Rooms 10. Coffee and Other Food Rooms 11. Support Rooms and Functions 12. Program Report 13. Building Footprint and Project Information 14. Space Planning 15. Presentation of Plans Appendix A: Client Profiles Appendix B: Building Location Appendix C: Program Questionnaire Appendix D: Raw Space Appendix E: Circulation Plan Views Appendix F: Inventory Forms Metric Conversion Table Glossary References Photo Credits Index
Step-by-step guide through the entire space planning process for offices: from meeting a client to presenting a plan, and everything in between
Mary Lou Bakker is a professional interior designer based in Washington, D.C., USA.
An in-depth look at commercial office space with a lot of pertinent information on space planning and client management. -- Amy Rogovich * Suffolk University, US *