Interface: Contextualizing the workplace of software design in Seattle's Pioneer Square
Murphy, Brian Daniel
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The physical environment of digital workplaces, particularly those of software development companies, typically do not have a functional relationship with the type of work being done there. As a result, the architecture of these workplaces is often treated as an unessential part of the workplace. This thesis proposes a solution to this problem by incorporating the architecture as a vital component of the workplace that reflects and responds to the needs of software developers and designers.
- Architecture