Anti-Contagion Design (and returning to the office)
A piece today in The Guardian looks at WFH, returning to the office, and the potential impact of the pandemic on design and architecture. What work (and the modern office) look like when we really start leaving our homes is a genuine uncertainty at this moment, and the stresses and issues touched on in the article are nontrivial.
And the emerging issue of "anti-pandemic design" was identified in the opening days of the US lock downs. In fact, anticipating the issue of architectural changes in response to epidemics and pandemics is not at all new.