With the consistently low number of Covid-19 infections among the community in Singapore, the government recently eased preventive measures, enabling more employees to return to the workplace from 28 September, 2020.
However, workers, whose jobs can be performed from home, may only return to the office for up to half their working time and working from home remains the default for most.
For those who have been using their dining table as a makeshift work station during the Circuit Breaker period, it is time to come to terms with the fact that working from home part of the time throughout the week is going to be the new normal that we need to get used to. Creating a conducive space at home for work, with access to essential devices, such as a printer or scanner and other office supplies, has become a necessity.
This issue is dedicated to helping homeowners plan for a proper home office or study space, whether it’s an entire room or just a corner in your living- or bedroom. Find out what the experts on have to say, and how you can make a functional space look chic and stylish. Enjoy your time working from home and we’ll see you again in November.
photography ANGELA GUO art direction NONIE CHEN