“There’s all these completely different nooks, there’s bookcases in between so it was and that is actually pure coincidence. It was already arrange in a socially distanced manner, pure coincidence,” mentioned Santane.
Pure coincidence and maybe pure genius. Santane designed Cuppa Tahoe bookstore a 12 months in the past and opened up store Memorial Day weekend.
“We’d like that little contact of magic mixed with neighborhood and we want it much more proper now and that’s why I feel I’m going to drag it off,” mentioned Santane.
Santane coined the time period “informal co-working” lengthy earlier than individuals have been sheltering in place and dealing from residence. She designed Cuppa Tahoe with separate nooks the place individuals working from residence can nonetheless achieve this however get out of the home,
“I feel that the majority of persons are able to again to work, are prepared to return to regular life. I even heard that some individuals got here in and noticed the area and cried, it’s so stunning,” mentioned Santane’s husband, Anain Loge.
“Proper now we want the neighborhood much more and we want the human connection much more and we want a bit contact of magic to imagine that it’s going to all be okay,” mentioned Santane.