How Will the Pandemic Change Architecture?
Historically, it is common for impactful world events to change the way the world works.
Many thought leaders in architecture and city planning are predicting lasting changes to the way buildings and public spaces will be designed in the pandemic-present and post-COVID-19 future.
We collected some of our favorite insights for you below:
How will technology help the office of the future?
Will our phones control more of the environment?
What are some creative ways that school building design and utilization can keep students safe?
How will the open office change?
Open offices will need to change for us to go back to work, but how drastically? Gensler Chicago's Co-Managing Director, Todd Hesier, spoke with @FastCompany’s Mark Wilson to discuss how COVID-19 will impact the open office. https://t.co/6h3wGOtDnR— Gensler (@gensler_design) April 30, 2020
What does the hotel of the future look like?
As the coronavirus pandemic spreads globally, architects and designers are increasing research & technical skills to identify new patterns that will be incorporated into designing of hotels in future.#architecture #buildingdesign #WoU #woxsenuniversity— Woxsen University (@Woxsen) June 8, 2020
Will large buildings suffer?
And, what about tose germy public bathrooms?
Public health experts, designers and #architects say the #COVID19 pandemic has exposed fundamental flaws in the design of public toilets that risk spreading a second wave of #coronavirus, and possibly even new pandemics. (via @guardian) https://t.co/G7Mx9TTOE4— AIA National (@AIANational) May 4, 2020
What role will technology play?
How COVID-19 will change the design of commercial buildings...— astudio architecture (@AstudioArch) May 5, 2020
Richard Hyams shares insights on the post-pandemic landscape for design and architecture in https://t.co/lNlxf9uqyL.
Read the full article here: https://t.co/fBLa2ZF3HC pic.twitter.com/r3hmZi6SLN
What will schools look like?
Some thoughts on changes to school classroom design - immediate and long-term - in response to Covid-19 https://t.co/Ul1XFbNHbX— Zach Evans (@zdevans) May 19, 2020
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