I'm going to provide a dissenting opinion on this, but not to say I would avoid windows altogether: windows can be distracting (outside noises like fire trucks, buses, trucks, etc. can spill in much easier) and focus people to look out, vs. within the office where the community is. Windows were traditionally viewed as ideal because perimeter office people could stare out to a view and think. To me, that sounds like someone who wants to isolate himself, vs. be in the mix of a community in the central open space.
Something to think about. Design your space appropriately.
On Aug 1, 2012, at 2:55 PM, Adam Dean wrote:
> Thank you all for the feedback! Basically what we have now is the option to go into a 12000 SqFt space with a lot of beautiful windows or take a space in the interior of the building w are considering that has no windows but would have a glass wall looking out into an atrium of sorts. Personally I really like the window space over the other space since we aren't selling widgets there is no need to have retail frontage. Once I am home I'll post some Pictures of the space we are looking at as well as a general layout! Thanks everyone.
> On Wednesday, August 1, 2012 2:17:01 PM UTC-4, Adam Dean wrote:
> Adam Dean
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