A big impact of the Covid 19 Pandemic is that far more of us are now working from home. As this becomes a bigger part of modern living, ensure you maximize natural daylight in your home working environment.
The small office/home office trend has been growing for some time. With the Covid-19 pandemic dramatically impacting on how – and where – we work, it looks set to be an even bigger part of modern living.
Using natural light to define a space is a key element within a home’s design and should be a significant consideration for your home working environment – whether its a home office, study, converted playroom or bedroom – or at the kitchen table.
‘Evidence suggests it’s important to have a feel good factor inside your home. Our positive well-being depends on frequent exposure to light, and daylight is the most powerful way – especially during these times of the pandemic, with more of us working from home and creating a home office or working zone’ says Russell Ager, Crittall’s managing director.
‘Our homes play a big part in our sense of well-being and their design; lighting and exposure to natural light through windows and doors really do impact’.
Steel-framed windows are ideal with their inherent strength allowing large expanses of glass, elegantly slender frames and the slimmest of profiles.