Building relationships and culture in our public spaces

Posted on 27th January 2021

Building relationships and culture in our public spaces

Post Covid digital technology can help us make better use of our high street. The monitoring of both footfall and traffic could help people avoid busy times. WiFi accessibility can help remote working and employees can stay connected outside the confines of their office or home bringing a greater sense of well being.

Cleverly placed and designed furniture would allow for more effective social distancing. Home or office workers could digitally order their lunch and walk or cycle to collect. Connection is key.

The 35 Collection is the next generation of outdoor furniture for the way we live, work, learn and play post Covid. Mingle is an open and inviting seating system that brings everybody together. The Mingle is a perfect solution to help introduce informal interaction and information sharing that builds relationships and culture in public spaces. Mingle takes an off-centre approach to attached tables and seating. The graceful continuity of its structural frame is open and inviting, imparts a sense of energy and flow, and makes it very easy to get in and out.

For more information on the Bailey Street Furniture Group please contact their team on 01625 322888 or email enquiries@bsfg.co.uk. To view the company’s range of high quality street furniture visit their website www.bsfg.co.uk