How COVID-19 changes design of homes? It’s times like these we reset the clock. The Coronavirus pandemic has forced us to take stock; to determine what’s important and what’s disposable in our lives.
Property investor sentiment following COVID-19, article by Jamie Johnson, CEO of FJP Investment: As we lockdown slowly ends, it’s important to gauge how it has affected investor sentiment towards property as an asset.
Work from Home During COVID-19 Pandemic: speculation in workplace architecture and design about the “future of the office”, “return to work protocols” and the “new norm” don’t address how people are actually working right now.
How to rebuild consumer confidence after COVID-19? Before coronavirus, design transformation and experiential environments owned the 2020 retail dialogue, seamlessly blending physical and digital brand representations.
COVID19 Impact on the guest journey? How can hotels and resorts offer warmth, luxury and wellness in the COVID-19 era Hospitality is the art of curating guest emotion. Its foundation is trust, earned by brands and reinforced through design.
Coronavirus Outbreak Architects Assistance: WindsorPatania Architects is lending its services to provide architectural/design layout, graphic design and translations to organisations needing assistance due to COVID-19.
International WELL Building Institute launches health-safety rating for all building and facility types. Expertise and insights from IWBI’s COVID-19 Task Force applied – news from world’s leading certification body for healthy buildings.
COVID-19 Study by Otis College of Art and Design with architects Frederick Fisher and Partners and Ehrlich Yanai Rhee Cheney, Los Angeles academic institution task force findings
COVID-19 has accelerated the need for a new architecture: Architecture for the vulnerable. Joel Solkoff’s report – Mandarin translation – on the obligation of architects to respond to Coronavirus
The world’s first specifically designed and certified COVID-safe venue opens in Manchester: DriveINSIDE Theatre is an immersive experience for 800 people, seats are at the side of your vehicle
COVID-19 has accelerated the need for a new utilitarian architecture: Architecture for the vulnerable. Joel Solkoff’s report on the obligation of architects to respond to the exigencies of Coronavirus
Attention Architects: US COVID-19 Deaths Will Skyrocket, You Must Build Housing for the Poor. Joel Solkoff’s Column Vol. VI, Number 3 – report on the obligation of architects to respond to the exigencies of the Corona virus comes in two parts.
US COVID-19 Deaths Will Skyrocket, You Must Build Housing for the Poor. Joel Solkoff’s Column Vol. VI, Number 3 manually translated into Mandarin – report on the obligation of architects to respond to Coronavirus pandemic
APM Covid-19 outbreak online resources: free online webinars, community hub and new online examinations will ensure project practitioners can develop their careers and network with professionals while working remotely.
RMJM database for quarantined architects: initiative launched to offer opportunities to ensure that architects, engineers and designers affected by the coronavirus crisis around the world can keep working and earning.
Architecture and Pandemics: One of Buckminster Fuller’s most daring ideas, the Dome Over Manhattan, re our current global pandemic would make perfect sense. Perhaps ‘crazy’ for its time, now our times are crazier than his ideas.