Architectural Digest (AD) asked Raquel Sachser, Associate Director of Design, to explain how M Moser NYC has designed a safe and healthy workplace while maintaining community and supporting remote work.
Our firm has taken clear and intentional steps to maintain company culture by organizing [offsite] meet-ups … We were able to meet up with our work colleagues to air our frustrations [and] talk about our daily stress and fears. It was a way of providing a sense of normalcy to our employees.
Joining fellow industry experts, Raquel shares details around M Moser-specific safety precautions for re-entering the workplace, new ideas for team and culture-building, as well as changes to the office layout.
“As the workplace hasn’t returned to full capacity, the firm reorganized its lounge settings for people to work more comfortably as they social distance and psychologically adjust to being in the office after working from home. ‘I think everyone is really happy about that. It feels a little bit more casual, it’s also a bit more comfortable,’ Sachser says. ‘I’ve heard a couple of people say that they hope the desks don’t come back.’