Robert L. Pregger Intelligent Workplace Pittsburgh

Schmertz, Mildred
June 1998
Architectural Record;Jun1998, Vol. 186 Issue 6, p148
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Presents information on the design and construction of the Robert L. Preger Intelligent Workplace, a workplace laboratory for students at the Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh. Size of this laboratory; Reference to Pierre Zoelly, designer of the laboratory; Objectives of the Intelligent Workplace.


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