Paying close attention to factors such as acoustics and the ergonomic design of workstations can reap benefits for office workers’ general health and wellbeing, says Christina Bodin Danielsson.
The layout is the most dominant architectural feature that defines the office type, together with functional features. Among office employees, personal control over the environment is strongly related to satisfaction with the office, while the perception of control over factors such as acoustic and visual privacy – that subsequently can be related to stress and disturbance – are also essential.
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