9 | Post-lockdown, living spaces have a whole new function and impact on our everyday lives. What was you experience and what are your thoughts for the future?
George: Our lives have definitely changed, in a lot of positive ways as well. We're looking at it philosophically, as a glass half full, making the best of what we can. [...] While allowed to socialize in a safe group, you need a sort of camaraderie in the furniture, pieces that really engage people and bring them together. Like Sofa for example; it's used for so many purposes throughout the day, through the week. It's become a social center, the social town square in your own living room. So, on a macro level, it helps.
Glenn: Overall, you become more reflective and you value your friendships, and the small groups of people you may have together. And it creates more meaning of life. And I think that's a good thing.