Positive Distraction and Passive Dispersion in the Interior Space of Office Buildings

Iraqi Journal of Architecture & Planning

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Title Positive Distraction and Passive Dispersion in the Interior Space of Office Buildings
 
Creator Al Dabbagh, Shamael Mohamed
Al Khazaali, Lina Kifah
 
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Description The office building linked to the performance of visual tasks of work environments and reflect the progress of society and the one most in need to take into account the psychological dimension (dispersion and distraction) When designed especially as an area of practice where multiple activities, carried out by the staff (users boarders) with a temperament and different personalities, and frequented by users external diverse, all of this requires taking into account the different segments during the design process to integrate the system and have the final product work efficient motivates employees and increases their activity , So the research problem has been identified by (the lack of a clear vision for the role of " Positive Distraction  and  Passive Dispersion ," in relation with the settings (spatial elements of architectural design , detailes of interior space) , and its impact on the employee's performance today.The research aims to find a clear vision on the impact of spatial settings and detailed design elements carrying out for positive distraction and passive dispersion within the atmosphere of the internal environment of the office spaces, which will achieve convenience, job satisfaction and reflected positively on employee's performance at work environment in the end. Words key (s): office buildings, employee, psychological dimension, passive dispersion, positive distraction, efficient performance.
 
Publisher Department of Architectural Engineering at the University of Technology in Baghdad
 
Contributor
 
Date 2018-11-15
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Peer-reviewed Article
 
Identifier http://www.iqjap.org/oj/index.php/iqjap/article/view/107
 
Source Iraqi Journal of Architecture & Planning; Vol 13, No 1 (2017)
2617-9555
2617-9547
 
Language AR
 
Rights Copyright (c) 2018 Iraqi Journal of Architecture & Planning
 

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