Home Office—PlusDuring the pandemic, record numbers of employees were forced to work from home, and it turns out—they liked it. According to a recent Gallup Poll, “Nine in 10 remote workers want to maintain remote work to some degree, and 3 in 10 employees working remotely say they are extremely likely to seek another job if their company eliminates remote work.” Statistics like these explain the exponential increase in the demand for home offices.
But many at-home workers are hoping to get more mileage out of their new at-home work space. Companies like Studio Shed, a Colorado-based firm, known for their sophisticated, well-designed, prefabricated backyard structures, has seen a tremendous increase in demand for their ADU product offerings.
Jeremy Nova, founder and creative director at Studio Shed, explained what his clients are after. “Many of our customers are looking for office space with the ability to flex into a weekend studio, guest house for friends and family, or maybe just a place to hang out. Some even rent them out as an Airbnb when not in use as an office,” he said.