Architecture, aesthetics and law-department office layouts

Whether by design or not, I thought this blog had made little room for items on the physical layout of law departments, but in fact this blog has been building quite a structure. Here is a blue print of what posts have been erected.

A scattering of remarks concern conference rooms (See my post of April 8, 2005; May 7, 2006 about Computer Associates.), but there is lots of capacity available on cubicles (See my posts of Nov. 19, 2005; March 21, 2006 about not even cubicles at Sun; and Feb. 20, 2007 about open layout organizations.). Much more is out there than I have covered on ergonomics (See my post of April 23, 2006 on ergonomic considerations.).

Here and there are posts on other aspects of physical layout (See my posts of Nov. 8, 2005 about SEI and mobile desks; May 7, 2006 on Computer Associates and its offices; March 23, 2007 about offices and morale; May 3, 2007 on hoteling; May 4, 2007 on the shrinking of office sizes; and March 23, 2007 on proximity and communication.).

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