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authors Maher, M.L., Simoff, S., Gu, N. and Lau, K.H.
year 2001
title A virtual office
source M. Burry (ed.), Cyberspace: The World of Digital Architecture, Images Publishing, Mulgrave, Vic, pp. 196-199
summary The Virtual Office design provides an environment in a threedimensional virtual worl, in which a person, as an avatar, works alone or holds meetings with others. Two aspects of the design emphasize the "virtual": the walls and the allocation of areas. The design assumes that the walls of a virtual office provide a visual boundary to the place that indicates what is inside and what is outside the office. The functions of the wall include security, privacy, and a place for hanging things. The threedimensional visualization of the wall as a frame with cubes was inspired by the paintings of Piet Mondriaan. The design has five functional areas that are distinct, in order to provide a sense of movement when moving from one type of task to another.
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email mary@arch.usyd.edu.au
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