Work Pattern in Office Building: A Case Study at Kasikorn Business - Technology Group Building

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ลัญจ์ฉัตร นิลชัยโกวิทย์


This article is a part of CORRELATION BETWEEN WORK PATTERN AND FACILITIES study. The purpose of this research is to identify work pattern in work area in the office by using KBTG office building as a case study. One floor area data is collected and analysed. Involved theories were reviewed to classify work pattern. Work pattern data was collected periodically. This research will provide mobility levels and interaction at-desk, work pattern shall be classified into 6 groups of which 4 groups were found in KBTG office building. Each pattern requires different area and some areas were not appropriated to work in and later be disused and became storage. This information will likely be useful for better work area design.

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