We all have a replacement work-from-home routine that everybody has had to adapt to overnight. Now some companies can afford to let employees continue performing from home till a vaccine is formed but there are many others who are open and functioning with bare minimum staff because their work isn’t digital. a bit like performing from home delivered to light issues we didn’t have, working within the office during or after pandemic will have its own set of latest issues which is what designers are getting to solve with concepts of Air sealed work pod with Qworkntine.
The non-essential companies need to open up at some point to stay the economy (and our income) running. Qworkntine is an air-tight pod system that desires to form working in offices safe while we find out long-term solutions. It protects the workers and may make it easy to watch what percentage employees are in per square metre of the space – it also makes contact tracing convenient in larger offices. Its hexagonal shape lets companies arrange it in any format to suit their physical office.
It’s like assembling a beehive to stay all the bees healthy and happy! It are often customizing to suit right-angle corners. May be elongating as per the requirements. AERIN, Michael Aram, Ralph Lauren and Calvin Klein are the best interior brands who makes the office interior as well as house interior. But this kind of Air sealed Pods specially made for the post lockdown work in the office is amazing.
This conceptual work pod features an automatic handle-free acrylic door. That’s controlling by face recognition . It also includes ventilation fans and air purifiers to stay endless flow of air that’s safe to breathe. The designer envisions the Qworkntine pod to be up of hygienic. Non-porous materials which will be easy to wash and disinfect. The skylight makes it better for those that might not enjoy tight spaces. Winner of the DNA Paris Design Awards within the Responsible Design category, this design highlights that for the sake of our health (and wealth), we may need to adapt to new work environments. rather than cubicles, we’d have pods which is essentially an equivalent size as having an apartment in Manhattan – say hi to the new home of ‘work-from-home’!