ArchDaily Editor-in-Chief David Bazulto Speaks Out a New Design Approach for the Pandemic

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Dear architects and designers!

An important aspect in the design will be the effect of architecture on health.

ArchDaily Editor-in-Chief David Bazulto Speaks Out a New Design Approach for the Pandemic

"The lessons we learn from this pandemic will have a deep impact on the future of design, be it cities, public spaces, infrastructure, hospitality, or indeed every other architectural typology we will shape within the built environment. Healthy design will be the new norm. Passive strategies for interior comfort, ventilation, sunlight, and humidity, will become a must. We will abstract many good practices from healthcare design into other projects. We will see the emergence of materials with enhanced antibacterial, antiseptic, and also disinfectant properties, both new and adapted. We will be more aware of the composition of the materials and products that shape our everyday spaces, and regulations will push for greater transparency and clarity in declaring their impact on the environmental quality of designed interiors. We will connect with the experts from these fields and with the manufacturers who are innovating to give you the tools to face this new world.

Architects and designers: We are open and committed to being a platform for sharing your knowledge on working remotely, designing with a focus on health for our new world, and resources for online architecture education." - opinion of David Basulto.

The full version of the article is available on the official website https://www.archdaily.com/

 

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