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Designers Speak About the Changing Need for Different Home Spaces During the Pandemic

Ivy and Cynthia Almario share how the design industry is faring during the pandemic, and how their clients' needs have changed.

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The pandemic has pushed everyone to take a good, hard look at their home spaces; whether they're both relaxing and efficient, while being all-in-all safe. There was a sudden need for new, functional nooks, such as offices and genkan-inspired foyers, and these are now taken into account by designers when clients approach for new homes or upgrades.

In the third part of our full-month feature on Atelier Almario, Ivy and Cynthia Almario  share the ever-evolving needs of homeowners, and how the design industry has coped during these unprecedented times.

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