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Spaces for Innovation | The Design and Science of Inspiring Environments |  Kursty Groves Knight, Oliver Marlow | FRAME | 9789491727979

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Spaces for Innovation

The Design and Science of Inspiring Environments

Auteur:Kursty Groves Knight, Oliver Marlow

Uitgever:FRAME

ISBN: 978-94-9172797-9

  • Paperback
  • Engels
  • 256 pagina's
  • 19 jun. 2016

The book 'Spaces for Innovation. The Design and Science of Inspiring Environments' explains the relationship between the design of working environments and levels of creativity and innovation by investigating the impact of physical surroundings on workplace behavior.

Based on the available evidence, Spaces for Innovation identifies the physical characteristics of workspaces that are associated with high innovation potential and determine why they have an effect. Providing a basic framework for the design of innovative environments, this research-based book can be used in analyzing ways to enhance physical space in the pursuit of innovation. It is a pattern guide, providing context, examples, inspiration, and direction to help you explore and understand your organizational challenges.

The book 'Spaces for Innovation. The Design and Science of Inspiring Environments' explains the relationship between the design of working environments and levels of creativity and innovation by investigating the impact of physical surroundings on workplace behavior.

Based on the available evidence, Spaces for Innovation identifies the physical characteristics of workspaces that are associated with high innovation potential and determine why they have an effect. Providing a basic framework for the design of innovative environments, this research-based book can be used in analyzing ways to enhance physical space in the pursuit of innovation. It is a pattern guide, providing context, examples, inspiration, and direction to help you explore and understand your organizational challenges.

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