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The Revolution of Hybrid Spaces

More and more spatial solutions making an impact.

In search of the perfect workspace in these times of pandemic, solutions and options continue to increase so that all types of people and spaces can find the right one: the most comfortable and the one that best benefits productivity.


Hybrid Spaces are born from the idea of ​​mixing work and home life, an extension of the home office that is settling itself on the lives of more than one worker and company. Creating Hybrid Spaces is a response to the need to create harmony in what were once two intrinsically different lifestyles in the same environment.




Companies that want to progress and build a sustainable, safe, and successful future for their businesses and their employees have had to consider their ecosystems very seriously because although it is possible to change the furniture, implement measures and follow codes of ethics and health among employees, the idea is to recover the pre-pandemic rhythm, but then to advance to a new level, a level where new technologies and the measures taken for work at home can be continued without having to do another restructuring once things get back to normal. With Hybrid Spaces, a futuristic present is envisioned, workspaces prepared and ready to take on any unforeseen situation.


The pandemic was a very unfavorable situation at first but now, a year after it started, we can see the achievements that humanity has accomplished thanks to its incredible ability to adapt and solve problems. The known society and lifestyle were rapidly changed thanks to digital technologies, being that we are now more digitally connected than ever, and these changes are here to stay.




Hybrid Spaces seek to create a perfect symbiosis between adaptability and flexibility of the different environments in which our lives unfold. A perfect example of the concept was started by Lorena Sánchez, the Head of the Asset Management Department at Melia Hotels International: “is a combination of business and leisure concepts within the same space, by including leisure facilities in an urban hotel or coworking and networking areas in a holiday resort.”