Lockdowns have revolutionised the way many of us work. Commutes that once took hours have been reduced to a matter of minutes as we head for the spare room or our ‘desk’ at the kitchen table.
The downside is that spare rooms are often uncomfortable and unsuited to a regular work routine, while other members of the family are likely to stake a valid claim to the kitchen table.
So while the idea of permanent home-working, post pandemic, appeals to many, they usually add the proviso: “But I’ve got to find a better work space.”
HomeHub Living has the answer to that problem.
HomeHub Living is an innovative Irish company, set up in response to the shift in the way we live our lives. It supplies stylish hubs that function as well as they look and can be manufactured and installed in just eight weeks, one of the fastest turnaround times on the market.
HomeHub’s premier products are tailored to individual needs. And work-spaces are not all the company provides. They have also been meeting a growing demand for home gyms, yoga studios, playrooms and bars.
“More and more people are utilising their home and properties to incorporate new spaces in which to work, to work-out and to socialise,” says HomeHub Living Director Stewart Doyle.
He believes remote working, or “blended working practices”, will become the norm for many people.
“The demand is huge and it’s clear that people are planning for the long term,” he says. “They are looking for high quality living areas that stand the test of time. They’re not just looking for a temporary fix.”
HomeHub meets that demand.
All its units provide the best possible structural, thermal and acoustic performance, due to the use of Structurally Insulated Panels (SIPs) in the external walls, floors and roof.
SIPs are prefabricated, high performance, lightweight building panels. They offer all the benefits of good traditional construction but significantly reduce manufacturing and installation times, as well as cutting the carbon footprint.
Using weather resistant steel, SIPs are designed to create floor panels, wall panels and roof panels, connected in a ‘cam lock’ system.
The cam locking ensures there are no structural gaps and, unlike timber structures, Home Hubs offer high levels of energy efficiency. which means very little heating is required.
The Home Hub range has a number of size options, ranging from 12m2 to 25m2. Home Hub have also partnered with Sarah Swan Designs, a boutique contemporary interior design studio, to offer a holistic approach to design and installation to suit your individual needs. Whether you are looking fora home office, a bespoke gym with yoga studio, a games room or just a place to unwind and relax, HomeHub offers a complete package that will transform your garden with a mere phonecall
HomeHub Living was founded by the team behind Thornhill Oaks, a residential development currently under construction in the heart of Dublin’s prestigious Mount Merrion district. The HomeHub team have harnessed their expertise to develop innovative and functional hubs that can respond to every need.