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Engineering The Digital Workplace: The Architecture of Changing Social Interaction

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Title: Engineering The Digital Workplace: The Architecture of Changing Social Interaction
Author: Lagergren, Eric
Abstract: “Engineering the Digital Workplace” explores how meaningful design can inform, and be informed by, social interaction in an increasingly connected and less private society. The thesis proposes to create a model for how productivity can be sustainable in a culture where electronic interconnectedness threatens tangible interaction. This problem is best explored through the architectural creation of the headquarters for a firm designing first generation 3-dimensional holographic communication software on a site in the developed downtown of Sioux Falls, SD.
Date: 2013 May
Subject: Corporations -- Headquarters.
Engineering firms.
Software engineering.
Sioux Falls (S.D.)
South Dakota.
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/22838

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