The ongoing situation with the Coronaviruspandemic has shone a light on how we approach things in many factors of ourdaily lives; work being a massive one. With most office-based roles taking awork-from-home approach, the ease it provides (in balancing home-work life) hasled to many to predict that the future of work will be outside of centralised . Instead of travelling to work each day, people will stay at home,typing from their laptops on the sofa and having their video calls in front oftheir ever-growing bookcases on a permanent basis.
Despite this conceivable prediction, it canbe said that having a central place of business is vital for many firms;especially if they need to communicate a ‘position of strength’ to any clientsthey serve.
As offices around the world slowly reopen,let’s take a look at the importance of a centralised office in the increasinglyflexible workplace.
Why the need for centralised office interiors in the 2020s?
Beyond the current situation with COVID,many people have cited the abilities to give workers a better home-work lifebalance and the elimination of rental fees as two great reasons to dump thecentral office going forwards. While these are undoubtedly two greatattractions, there are many other areas that a remote business will/arecurrently missing out on by staying away from the office.
So, here are the benefits that acentralised office interiors hasover a more home-based existence: