Vonder, Evolved Co-living, and Covid-19.
A global pandemic. Periods of forced isolation. Indefinite working from home. 2020 has forced a ‘new normal’, leaving us reflecting on how to adjust to this new reality and what, ultimately, it means for how we all live and work.
If we have learnt anything from this year it is that where we choose to live is important. It is no longer just a place to sleep and eat. These days we are spending more hours at home than ever before - combined with working from home too. Homes have become for us live work spaces, with a greater importance for them to be spacious, well designed and fully equipped.
2020 has also taught us about the need for community and communication, and staying connected. At Vonder we work hard to build our living and working spaces ideally for our global community. Supporting local artists and artisans, showcasing their work and collaborating with creatives and entrepreneurs is central to our vision and community building. This may now all be forced online, but connections still matter.
These days we are spending more hours at home than ever before - combined with working from home too. Upriver by Vonder in Warsaw.
The need to keep ourselves safe, and the ability to enjoy living spaces with their own private kitchens and bathrooms provides our residents with the safe spaces they need right now. We are also 100% committed to cleaning and hygiene throughout all of our shared live work spaces.
But more than that we are committed to being here, for our co-living London, co-living Berlin and co-living Warsaw communities, no matter what.