The classic, rigid structure of domestic spaces leaves little room for spatial reorganization and, in most homes, this has made it hard for people to find an empty corner that meets their requirements, such as having natural light, to be able to concentrate for more than five minutes. On a positive note, in many quarantine cases, it has also been proven that working remotely is both possible and effective, without undermining productivity.
These facts, alongside the determination of all kinds of social actors to minimize a potential new health risk, encourage companies and employees to organize this new normal around teams that work from home at least part of the time, as long as their position allows it.
So, working remotely is going to become a part of our new reality. A new way of living at home, one that incorporates a professional component, requiring specific conditions that promote professional productivity and family enjoyment.
Aware of their extensive experience in the creation of flexible spaces, KLEIN wants to share this knowledge to provide real solutions to needs that have arisen in this new chapter.