Office Goes Into Pods After Covid19?

The conceptual ‘Qworkntine’ office pods have been designed by Moahmed Radwan as a solution for nonessential businesses to utilize when they begin to open back up after the COVID-19 pandemic starts to slow.

The pods are intended to provide employees with just the right amount of space that they need to get work done comfortably, while also segregating them from their fellow workers.

The units are accessed by facial recognition to eliminate the need for a door handle, and are paired with a series of ventilation fans and air purifiers to keep air within fresh and healthy.

The conceptual ‘Qworkntine’ office pods are made with nonporous materials to make them easy to disinfect between uses.

The pods are a winner at the DNA Paris Design Awards in the Responsible Design category.

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