The Designers Group Is Redesigning For The Future Normal

The Designers Group Is Redesigning For The Future Normal

Ten years ago, what began as a two-woman firm in Toronto has now grown into a team of designers and an international company headquartered in New York, Miami, and Toronto. Today, they are taking on a completely different challenge of redesigning for the future normal.

Design is mostly impactful and inspirational for Blima Ehrentreu of The Designers Group, which she describes as “finding and creating positive energy in spaces to encourage productivity and creativity in every way possible.” Their signature ethos is seen in a wide range of projects, such as interiors of residential and workplace, hospitality, retail, and healthcare. They take pride in creating luxurious and innovative buildings with an intimate connection with their clients. They are best known to help their clients find their own personal flair and bring that dream design into reality.

The firm is recognized for giving clients a high return on their initial investment. Developers and contractors across the United States and Canada have relied on The Designers Group for their unique designs and impeccable service for over ten years.

Today, while the future of design has become uncertain, The Designers Group believes that this allows us to reinvent the standards entirely.  

Blima, together with The Designers Group, launched a new feature, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, to help individuals and businesses innovate with forward-thinking solutions to redesign their environment for the “future normal.” For Blima, reconfiguring your space to increase versatility while promoting productivity is crucial now more than ever. May it be residential, hospitals, clinics, bars, restaurants, or the workplace; their design services will give you a social distant glimpse into the future.

Not only will it transform your space, but they will also design with your health and safety in mind. In hospitals, The Designers Group suggests that design processes need to be rethought out so that accommodation is flexible to fit the demand in times of urgency. Facilities will need to plan for increased capacity in times of crisis. Moreover, future medical spaces will be designed for both physical and virtual visits, which would mean a decrease in in-person appointments. Combined with an increase in different technologies and selecting non-transmissible surfaces, there would be less risk of spreading contagious diseases. Aside from healthcare, they also provide COVID-19 Response design consultancies for residential, workspaces, retail, and commercial spaces.

The Designers Group is passionate about helping the community in many ways. This initiative is not the first for The Designers Group as they have also since launched TDG Gives Back. TDG Gives Back is an initiative where they offer non-profit organizations and charities complimentary design services. Not only that, but they also brought flowers to the residents of a few nursing homes they designed. 

Indeed, the Designer Group is not only a firm to look up to in terms of the quality of their work but also with their commitment to giving back to the community. This is exactly what makes them at the cutting edge of interior design.

To learn more, visit The Designers Group website.



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