Ofis Yapılarındaki Ortak Mekanların İnsan-Mekan İlişkisi Bağlamında İncelenmesi
Tan, Merve Şahika
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From the beginning of history, human beings have interacted with the space they use. But especially with the industrial revolution; they had to get away from the residence which is the most used place and spent most of his time in working places. Although the time spent and functions in the house depend on the person himself, the time and behaviors in the working places; limited to the conditions of the study, regulations and rules. In today's world, where the time allocated to the work is increasing and personal life is getting stuck in shorter time periods, office buildings have a very important place in human life where at least eight hours of the day are spent. In terms of human-space relation, office buildings are an issue that needs to be examined through common social spaces as well as working environments. It is observed that especially the office buildings constructed in recent years are designed to create more common spaces and thus social places. The importance of these common areas as the places where employees come together, are part of the workplace and accepted, can only be understood in detail when the human space relationship is examined. In this context, the aim of the study is to measure the relationship between the common spaces in the office buildings and the user and whether this relationship has an effect on the motivation of the work.Therefore; from the Behavioral Psychology, Organizational Psychology and Environmental Psychology disciplines; effects of spatial factors on human behavior were investigated. In order to understand how these approaches are found response in practice; with a qualitative based situation determination approach, a survey was conducted. The survey findings, applied to companies determined by purposive sampling method, were analyzed with SPSS program and the opinions and requests of the employees about these common spaces were determined.