In the vibrant world of life on the road, every square inch of space matters.
The global pandemic has prompted a significant shift in our priorities and perceptions, particularly when it comes to our living spaces. As people spent more time at home, a newfound appreciation for space optimization and efficiency emerged.
The post-COVID-19 traveler wants flexibility.
To keep up, hotel furniture design is trending toward multifunctional spaces and furniture. Gone are the days when a room or piece of furniture was used for a single purpose. Hotel rooms have become personal gyms. Hotel lobbies are meeting spaces. Even beds transform into a workstation.
After the hard hits the hospitality industry took during the pandemic, hotels that thrive post-pandemic will be those that creatively evolve with changing health concerns and guest priorities.
After a year-plus of being cooped up indoors due to the coronavirus, both customers and employees have been anxious to spend as much time as possible outdoors. They’d probably enjoy just sprawling anywhere outdoors in public simply because they finally can. However, you'll still want to provide ergonomic furniture and equipment for their long-term health and comfort.
COVID-19 caused many companies to seriously rethink the entire concept of office design. Many reopened offices have more individual space and require employees to spend more time within defined areas.