Elgin Company Pivots From Tiny Homes To Tiny Offices During Pandemic
CHICAGO (CBS)– As employees prepare to work at home for longer than expected, one local company is pivoting to try to meet a major need: home office space without distractions. CBS 2 is Working For Chicago by highlighting companies adapting in this pandemic.
Work from home drives demand for tiny offices
The interest in tiny homes, specifically tiny offices, is on the rise as more people work from home during the coronavirus outbreak. FOX Business’ Grady Trimble with more.
Custom Shed Builder Launches Personalized Design Services
New service to provide customers an easy way to design backyard or trailer sheds through design software. – Staff Writer, ShedBuilder Magazine
Dreaming of a better work-from-home space? Try a tiny backyard office.
With COVID-19 making working from home the new normal, and as people are realizing that this situation might go on for the foreseeable future, finding enough space and quiet to concentrate and get your work done has become a priority. If setting up your office at the kitchen table isn’t cutting it, and if you have the outdoor space, you might want to consider a backyard office shed. – David Syrek, Chicago Tribune
Tiny backyard offices could be the future of working from home — take a look inside these 6 models
Since the coronavirus hit the US, millions of people have been working from home. For some, it has been tough to separate their home life from work or find a successful designated work area. – Max Kalnitz, Insider