Exploring free-standing street booths as workplaces
|Department of Interior Architecture and Environmental Design
|Cataloged from PDF version of article.
|Thesis (Master's): Bilkent University, Department of Interior Architecture and Environmental Design, İhsan Doğramacı Bilkent University, 2023.
|Includes bibliographical references (leaves 112-123).
|The main aim of this study is to explore the utilization of free-standing street booths as workplaces and examine their impact on employee satisfaction. Additionally, the study aims to create a typology of these booths and investigate the modifications and appropriations made by individuals to enhance their work experience. A diverse sample of eight taxi booths, eight carpark booths, eight buffet booths, and six security booths, totaling 30 booths situated in Tunalı Hilmi and Tunus Street, Ankara and surroundings are examined. The results contribute to the understanding of free-standing street booths as workplaces and offer valuable information to improve employee satisfaction by considering the specific needs and preferences of individuals in their work environments.
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|by Zeynep Karacaoğlan
|x, 130 leaves : color illustrations, tables, charts ; 30 cm.
|Free-standing street booth
|Exploring free-standing street booths as workplaces
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