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.
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.
Building Resilience Construction Report news: Asite launch study examining the key trends set to shape 2020, focused on key regions around the world monitoring the effects of COVID-19.
How COVID-19 changes the way we work. Hames Sharley Principal and Workplace Portfolio Leader Stephen Moorcroft discusses the impact of the coronavirus outbreak on the traditional workplace, and what we can learn from the experience.
How buildings can reduce health burden of COVID-19: IWBI assembles Task Force on role architecture can play in reducing impact from respiratory infections.
Survey aims to gauge COVID-19 business impacts ; remote working during coronavirus pandemic – work-from-home policies to avoid all non-essential contact for staff.
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.
IWBI Task Force on COVID-19 news: additional co-chairs announced, addition of four renowned industry, academic and public health leaders; 225 experts have heeded a global call to action.
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.