The outbreak of COVID-19 quickly revealed how the design of hospitals, schools, offices, public spaces, and even entire cities were flawed in preventing the spread of the virus. How can architects, interior designers, and urban planners apply the lessons learned during the pandemic in rethinking the built environment? In this webinar, panelists will explore the potential implications of the COVID-19 pandemic on building design and urban planning.|
Laura Hild, Principal and Regional Director of Health Interiors, HKS Architects
Alykhan Mohamed, Associate, Sasaki
Maritza Pechin, AICP, Strategic Planner, AECOM
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The Branch House - Virginia Center for Architecture, Virginia Society AIA
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