As the country relaxes the lockdown and more and more people return to their workplaces, architects and designers are working on new concepts for future office spaces. Many offices switched from cubicles to open space offices before the pandemic, promoting collaboration rather than personal space. Offices have to adapt to the new reality and lifestyle changes, such as social distancing and additional sanitation practices. As people return to their desks, the density of the workspace will change along with the floor plan.
Despite the convenience of the home office, we must take into account that human beings still enjoying living in a community.
Eco-friendly, aesthetically pleasing desk modules improve well-being and reduce the risk of getting sick. This design helps people stay 6 feet apart while being able to collaborate, thus not creating a sense of alienation and loss of community.
Our modules have an elegant, clean design to fit offices with different furniture styles, such as contemporary, traditional, eclectic, or mid-century modern. The finishes vary in materials, from colorful glass to wood, incorporating biophilic design and additional light to promote wellness, productivity, and workspace happiness. Proposed designs include sneeze guards, hand sanitizer stations, LED lights, and ground laser identification lighting to remind people to stay 6 feet apart.