The profound impact of the global Covid-19 pandemic is disrupting businesses, schools, healthcare services, family lives, economic stability, and social and normal daily activities. In the midst of this crisis, how do we enhance the design of interior spaces?
There will be a need for additional space for interaction, in both private and communal space - do Universities halve the number of students in dorm building? Will schools need to find additional spaces to instruct students. This may be temporary. How do we alter these spaces so they work for a potentially temporary situation. These adaptations will need to reversible/changeable.
Michael Maso from the Huntington Theater just said (on a Globe webinar) that the winner of the pandemic with be the person who can figure out how to manage social distancing during the first intermission rush to the bathroom