Jefferson Smith|Jefferson Smith|Edgar Hoffmann|Jefferson Smith|Jefferson Smith||Spacelab’s work at one ad agency saw 25% reduction in floor space…|… while total capacity for breakout/meeting space rose from 105 to 202 people|Research-based design typically requires much more up-front input|Woods Bagot’s work for Macquarie Group in Sydney, designed using EBD|Post-occupy research showed higher levels of staff engagement||
19 Oct 2012

The Science of Work: Evidence-based design examined

Words by Hugh Metcalf

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