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Thomas, A.R. (author)
In the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been no shortage of articles, podcasts, and reports on the future of work and the workplace. The acceleration of remote and hybrid working over the last three years has called into question the conventions of where, when, and how we work, and in particular, the extent to which the office...
review 2023
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Thomas, A.R. (author)
review 2023
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Thomas, A.R. (author)
Today Richard Rogers + Partners’ Underwriting Room at Lloyd’s of London—known as “the Room”—is recognized as an icon of the High Tech movement, its modernity aestheticized through intersecting banks of escalators and a soaring twelve-story atrium. Yet on closer inspection, this interior represents a less satisfactory compromise. The product of...
journal article 2022
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Thomas, A.R. (author)
Providing a future-proof workplace means ensuring a healthy and sustainable<br/>work environment for all. Today women report more stress, health problems and<br/>promotional barriers at work. It is widely known that this ‘leaky pipeline’ stems<br/>from a range of social/cultural factors but to what extent has the workplace—a<br/>physical,...
book chapter 2022
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Thomas, A.R. (author), Novas, María (author)
Historically, the work of white Western male architects has dominated architectural history education. In recent decades a large body of scholarship has attempted to critically question this, highlighting and subverting mainstream disciplinary values, which are informed by gendered, racial, classist, and colonial biases. This chapter explores...
book chapter 2022
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Horan, Caley (author), Hudson, Peter James (author), Koehler, Maren (author), Ludewig, Jasper (author), Thomas, A.R. (author), Yates, Alexia (author)
This issue of ATR considers numerous instances in which economic historians and historians of capitalism have turned to architecture as evidence of the workings of economic and financial systems. This collective position paper stems from the attempt to engage more directly with these disciplines; an attempt that was first manifested in the...
journal article 2022
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book chapter 2020
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Thomas, A.R. (author)
In 1983, the workplace strategy and architecture practice, DEGW, published a highly influential study into the impact of information technology on the future of office buildings and the workplace, titled ‘Office Research: Buildings and Information Technology’ (ORBIT). Representing the first intensive research study into the organisational,...
journal article 2019
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