Theme: ceilings, partitions and raised floors
The changing face of technology, businesses and the economic climate in which they operate are all helping to reshape our working environments, leading to a major rethink of office space and the traditional components that comprise it 'Architecture is about creating space'. That may be true, but it is the bounding elements of that space - partitions, floors and ceilings - that keep designers busy. Office design is going through a process of change and this is having a significant impact ...
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