Space for thought : designing for knowledge workers

@inproceedings{Greene2011SpaceFT,
  title={Space for thought : designing for knowledge workers},
  author={C. Greene and J. Myerson and Helen Hamlyn},
  year={2011}
}
Purpose – Generic use of the term “knowledge worker” has resulted in a generic approach to designing office environments for this group. The purpose of this paper is to probe the mobility patterns and motivations of knowledge workers in order to provide a classification of different types of knowledge worker. Design/methodology/approach – The study was undertaken using a range of qualitative research methods including semi-structured interviews with 20 knowledge workers representing different… CONTINUE READING

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