The Covid-19 epidemic is
expected to have a long-term impact on how businesses use office space with
millions of employees already working from home, businesses are taking a long,
hard look at workspace design as they rethink future office space demands whenever
lockdown limitations are lifted.
Nearly two years into the
COVID-19 epidemic, one thing is clear: our way of life will never be the same.
However, crises bring about change and, in many cases, quite a few inventions.
We at GXI were already thinking more sustainably before the pandemic, with an
industry-wide effort to be cognizant of our projects, environmental
consequences, and resilience, including an emphasis on upcycling, solar
electricity, improved construction methods, and, of course, structural
durability." Sustainability has become a buzzword, yet for most practising
architects, it is a design philosophy.
Wellbeing was also gaining
traction in workplace design, and we already know that it is inextricably tied
to employee absenteeism, physical and emotional health. This will be urgent to
future office plans, and the possibility of people working from their kitchen
table, couch, or pressing board, with kids and canines in the setting of
telephone calls, will before long turn into the standard. While it has been
more difficult to distinguish between work and personal time, there has been an
element of comfort that may have been beneficial to productivity.
cleaning tactics, and re-planned sections to maintain separation with one-way
circulation are frequent themes for an optimal return to the office' solution,
according to studies, conceptions, and strategies..Our fear is that while we
search for the perfect mix of safety and efficiency, we may lose sight of what
is truly required. There's a lot of pressure to get everything set for a return
to work as quickly as possible, but what's typical about speaking with your
coworkers through a plastic screen? We're not arguing that these aren't vital
actions to take in the near term, but they shouldn't be limited to re-designing
the workplace space. Instead, we believe in redefining.
At the start of the crisis, a
clear mind and a global, holistic view were our strongest tools, and we should
use the same approach in our offices. Yes, some recent studies are based on
what nations with limitations relaxed for weeks, such as China, are doing, but
it is important to remember that we are not simply attempting to minimise
contagion concerns. Companies have been looking towards more flexible working
for a few years, employing videoconferencing to save unnecessary travel and
working from home. In some respects, the lockdown acted as a spur for putting
these new measures to the test and analysing their influence on labour
efficiency.The revolution of working from home.
We've seen an extraordinary
worldwide experiment in which individuals have shifted from the office to their
homes and demonstrated that they can be just as efficient. This begs the
question of what we want from the workplace when the Covid-19 limits are
lifted. The solution will be flexible and adaptive workspaces that encourage
collaboration and idea-sharing while also integrating the communications
technologies required for colleagues working away.
Gxi Group is a
forward-thinking architecture business in the United Kingdom that spotted an
opportunity to aid those in need and resorted to architectural upcycling. We
think that by designing and building places well, you are already addressing
the principles of sustainability. Working with us can frequently help you take
your refurbishment project to the next level. We will keep the project on
schedule and ensure that you do not go over budget.
We expect that employers will
utilise healthcare facilities, so we are adding more touchless fixtures (door
sensors, automated sinks and soap dispensers, voice-activated elevator banks)
and building with more durable materials that can withstand repeated thorough
For GXI, hospitality is
ensuring your comfort in that area and concentrating on that person's
experience "We know that businesses are increasingly adopting
well-designed environments as a recruiting tool: "If a job seeker comes in
to look at the space, he may say, 'Wow, this organisation is really thinking
about how I engage with colleagues, how I can be most comfortable, and how I
can have a fantastic time in the workplace.
We have been designing modern
and elegant offices across the UK for over 20 years. We take the time to
understand our clients' businesses and their needs before designing attractive
workspaces that inspire clever and efficient work and assist enhance
productivity. Our professionals have vast knowledge and experience in their
respective fields. They like working as a team, whether they are space planners
and interior designers, fit-out build teams, electricians, plumbers, AC
installers, IT & telecom partners, or project managers. We are also more
than prepared to take on the covid challenge and provide our clients with the
greatest office architect experience they have ever had.