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Give your home-office a professional look with help from ITZIN

Give your home-office a professional look with help from ITZIN

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 23 Jun 2020, 04:40 pm

Kolkata/IBNS: ITZIN, a creative interior architecture firm, with experience of working in India and abroad, may have the right answer if you are worried about the look of your home-office.

With lockdown and other restrictions on travel to contain the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, people have been forced to work from home.

However, the sudden implementation of the pandemic-related rules has resulted in problems such as unavailability of a proper working space at home or arranging a space where you can set up your office with a professional ambience.

In India, homes are often considered an integral part of our private lives and most give proper workstations a miss.

ITZIN has decided to step into this unserved area where they can help by designing a home-office which, among other things, takes into consideration the client’s need for family security.

Some of the basic services they offer include designing the space and related furniture according to the client’s professional needs, find the right corner away from distractions, and ensure optimum lighting by using natural lighting supported by artificial one,  create the right background to ensure that video calls are held in a professional ambience.

 

 

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