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The Office

The concept of analysing office are similar to that of the Home.

Lets look at the various arrangement of the orientation of the office table and chair. If you are a `superior' i.e. having a room of your own; you can orientate the position of your office table to suit you.

Do take note of the following examples:-

Unfavourable:

Illustration

Favourable:

Illustration

Office Tables:-

1. Do not place a table in front of a toilet.

2. Do not place a table under a staircase.

3. Do not place the table in front of the door.

4. Place tables parallel to each other.

5. Do not place a table with a door behind it.

6. The CEO's table should be located at a place where there is a `solid' wall behind him and there can be no movement behind him e.g. a passage way.

 

 

 

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