Many of us have been working from home through the first quarter of 2020.
A survery by the design team at SSH wants to know how that's gone for you.
It's fully anonymous and the findings will be used, they say, to "present a realistic vision of how future working environments will evolve to support a more holistic and sustainable working life for all."
As the coronavirus pandemic has compelled most business globally that could stay in operation to work from home, SSH is trying to understand the impact that work from home has had on the day to day life of employees and businesses.
Findings will consider social, environmental, economic and cultural influences that will allow both designers and business owners to develop strategies and design solutions that ensure that elusive work/life balance.
The survey, which should take about three minutes to complete, closes on May 24th. Complete it here.
“We hope it will encourage designers, brands, clients, and end-users to be more collaborative and forward-thinking; thereby instigating new and diverse methods of working with the over-arching mandate for everyone to feel safe” says David Daniels, director of architecture, SSH.
The architecture and masterplanning firm, which has offices in Dubai's d3, has completed more than 1,000 projects, including, pictured above, a mixed-use project in the Ghala Heights area of Muscat, Oman.