Although the government has lifted the lockdown, there are many companies who are planning to make Work From Home a permanent state of work. However, due to the crunch of space at home, people have started asking the architects to build home offices essentially. After three months of working from home (WFH), many construction companies decided to alter the floor plans to include an office. The CEOs and entrepreneurs are growing fonder of the concept. They are asking to reduce parking space or other outdoorsy places to make room for the home office. The employees also are not far behind.
“Zoom calling is becoming a regular thing now, I see people struggling for good internet connection, and they are struggling to find a good background and kids shouting. So I think the
luxury of space will definitely create that workspace in their homes and if it’s small Apartment or even if it’s a small studio, people will require that”, recognized Ar Bobby Mukherji, from Bobby Mukherji & Associates in an exclusive webinar with SURFACES REPORTER (SR).
After many successful webinars, SR has also realized that people need a dedicated workspace at home. The dining tables, beds, or sofas are unexpectable as a permanent WFH solution post-lockdown. Many construction companies have already decided to change the floor plans to include an office. The demand for soundproofing rooms has risen as well since lockdown. What are the other demands of the people and what changes can we see in the interior design to make WFH a viable long term option?
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