The growing global coronavirus pandemic will leave profound marks on society. Perhaps not so much due to fatalities, but certainly in the way people relate to each other and to public spaces. In an attempt to reduce the rate of transmission of the disease, governments and authorities around the world have instructed people to stay at home, in the safety and hygiene of their domestic environment, and to avoid any unnecessary contact with other spaces, objects, and people.
For architects and professionals related to the world of design and construction, a home office system can be challenging, considering that some everyday tasks include inspecting the construction site, discussing technical decisions and holding meetings with people, from clients to material suppliers. Therefore, we would like to know more about the challenges and opportunities that a quarantine implies for your practice.
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We invite you to check out ArchDaily's coverage related to COVID-19, read our tips and articles on Productivity When Working from Home and learn about technical recommendations for Healthy Design in your future projects. Also, remember to review the latest advice and information on COVID-19 from the World Health Organization (WHO) website.