Businesses across the world are starting to reopen their doors to employees and clients after forced closure due to the coronavirus pandemic. Now they are faced with the question: how are they going to adjust to this “new normal”? Blima Ehrentreu Founder and CEO interior design firm, The Designers Group, has found the answers. With a virus known to have amplified its effects on indoor spaces because of its confined nature, business owners need timely innovations on workspace design, especially on how they can minimize the risk of transmission and infection between co-workers.
Ehrentreu founded The Designers Group as a small interior design firm in Toronto, Canada. For ten years, the firm has conceptualized and designed indoor spaces across America and Canada. Their unique designs and top-notch services have attracted and satisfied clients by having a clear plan to address their needs. They have a wide range of projects in their portfolio from a variety of sectors in the industry, namely offices, hotels, retail establishments, including clinics and hospitals. They have since transferred their headquarters to New York City, and they have an additional office in Miami.
Since most businesses do not know how to apply the new guidelines for the workplace, they needed help to transition themselves to the “new normal,”. Blima and The Designers Group are ready to help. With ten years of experience, an expansive portfolio, talented team of designers, and testimonials from former clients ensures you that you are in good hands when you consult with them in transitioning to the “new normal” workplace.
Things had gotten going for The Designers Group when the pandemic happened and they were forced to close their offices just like many others. But unlike many, this is what they saw as an opportunity to help fellow establishments as we transition to the new normal. With their skills and expertise, they have come up with a general plan on a workspace that applies social distancing upon the return of employees to their spaces.
Their plan for the spaces includes maximum occupancy for each area, broader seating arrangements, and control of foot traffic to ensure that physical distancing between workers is observed. These designs, together with cleanliness and zoning protocols and reduced contact measures, are essential in preparation for the return of most of the workforce.
The Designers Group also gets involved with the community through its TDG Gives Back initiative. As part of the celebration of their third anniversary in New York City, The Designers Group launched this project as their payback to the community. They delivered their interior design services for free to a chosen charity and non-profit organizations. They also do community outreach by personally visiting nursing homes they have designed before with bonus giving of flowers to patients.
Go to their website to see their current projects, especially their COVID Response tab, to schedule a consultation with them.