Interior Designers Help Businesses In Transforming Their Workpla

Interior Designers Help Businesses In Transforming Their Workplaces into the “New Normal”

In every company, large or small, there is a workspace where people can sit and do their tasks. This was the case for a very long time. But when COVID-19 spread around the world, our way of life changed in such a way that we can’t work as we used to. Employers are thus faced with a new task of ensuring occupational safety as we all transition to the new normal. An essential task must be entrusted to a team of expert interior designers like The Designers Group, founded by Blima Ehrentreu. Designing such spaces would be essential in the transition to a “new normal,” and interior designers like these are the new frontliners for the business sector.

The Designers Group started as a two-woman interior design firm in Toronto, Canada, designing interior spaces for residential and commercial projects. For ten years, they have created distinctive designs, made painstaking decisions for the construction and specification details of interiors, and valued the needs and preferences of their clients at any budget.

They have satisfied clients by giving them the perfect service they deserve in their projects. They have also expanded their portfolio of projects and have since worked for large-scale residential projects and workplaces, delving into the hospitality, retail, and healthcare sectors as well. They have transferred their headquarters to New York City and established a new office in Miami as well.

After three years at their new office in New York City, they launched the TDG Gives Back initiative where they handed their interior design services to three chosen charities and non-profit organizations as a way of giving back to their community. They also did an outreach by visiting nursing homes they designed and giving the residents flowers. They have made clients, developers, and contractors happy with their skills and expertise. 

When the pandemic happened, The Designers Group was forced to shut operations time like other establishments, and this forced a rethink of the workplace. What seemed to be a possible setback was transformed into an opportunity to change the workplace into a “new normal.” They have designed templates for a workplace that emphasizes cleanliness, orderliness, and physical distancing.

Maximum occupancy for each of the areas is set along with appropriate spacing for seat arrangements. This is to ensure that people are safe to be inside a confined place as per protocols. They also devised a way to control the flow of people from entrance to exit. Along with other guidelines, such as displaying signages and marking areas for distancing, their inputs ensure the mitigated risk of catching COVID-19.

As businesses start to reopen and plan for the “new normal,” business owners must ensure that their workplace is safe for the workers to become creative and productive. With the help of Blima and The Designers Group, you are assured of their experience, know-how, and commitment, in achieving the desired objective in working at the “new normal.”

You can visit their website and check on their work. For scheduling their COVID-19 design consultation, go to their COVID Response tab.

 

 

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