COVID-19 media coverage

The articles below provide media coverage regarding how the architecture community is responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.  

May 26, 2020

Construction Dive - The Dotted Line: How will clients approach contracts post-pandemic?

Architect Magazine - Architecture in Unusual Times

May 22, 2020

Inhabitat - Architects design COVID-19 mobile testing labs for underserved communities

Forbes - As Cities Re-Open, These Visionary Architects Will Help Improve Supply Chains And Disease Prevention

May 23, 2020

Wall Street Journal - How Architects Are Already Planning the Future of Offices

Minneapolis Star Tribune - LEED, other building certification systems, look to adjust to COVID-19 era

May 19, 2020

Commercial Property Executive - When We Return to the Office, It Should Look Like This

Hotel Business - Hospitality After COVID-19: An Architect’s Perspective

May 18, 2020

Building Design + Construction - Infection control in office buildings: Preparing for re-occupancy amid the coronavirus

CNBC - How post-pandemic office spaces could change corporate culture

May 15, 2020

Forbes - Five Architects Sketch Views On Post-Pandemic Residential Design

Columbus Dispatch - Coronavirus shutdown offers opportunity to rethink how we live

May 14, 2020

Forbes - Ways Your Organization Can Help Hospitals During The Pandemic

Archinect - Updated Alternative Care Site tool developed by AIA to be distributed internationally by US Department of State

May 13, 2020

Dezeen - AIA outlines how people can safely return to offices post pandemic

NPR - How designers are remaking spaces for our new socially distanced lives

May 12, 2020

PBS Newshour - How the pandemic is reshaping hospital architecture and design

New York Real Estate Journal - Workplace reimagined: COVID-19 to reshape the modern office experience

May 5, 2020

New York Times  - Cooped Up Indoors? There’s a Reason You Don’t Feel Well

Architectural Digest - One Firm's Response to COVID-19 Is to Create a Mazelike Park

May 4, 2020

The Guardian (UK) - Sensor taps and no door handles: Covid-19 shows it's time to rethink public toilets

Commercial Observer - Converting Columbia’s “Bubble” To a Coronavirus Field Hospital

May 1, 2020

Bisnow Los Angeles - Billings Are Down, But Architects Are Planning Ahead Of The Pandemic

Commercial Property Executive - Pandemic Unlikely to End Construction in 2020

April 30, 2020

Dwell - Architects and Designers Weigh In on the Future of Work

ArchDaily - The Importance of Antibacterial Surfaces in Healthcare Architecture

April 29, 2020

Fast CompanyHospitals are bringing nature into stressful COVID-19 ICUs

NPRCities That Heal: How The Coronavirus Pandemic Could Change Urban Design

April 27, 2020

CNBC - Sports arenas could require ‘necessary renovations’ for social distancing, architect firm says

Architectural Record - Phil Bernstein Shares Ten Thoughts on the Future of Practice

April 24, 2020

Reuters - Buildings Closed by Coronavirus Face Another Risk: Legionnaires’ Disease

NPR - 9 Ways Schools Will Look Different When (And If) They Reopen

April 23, 2020

Architecture & Design (AU) - Are you lonesome, tonight? – how some architects are tackling loneliness

Manufacturing Business Technology - Buildings Have Their Own Microbiomes

April 22, 2020

MLive - Designing Michigan coronavirus field hospital was like ‘combat engineering,’ architect says

Los Angeles Times - Past pandemics changed the design of cities. Six ways COVID-19 could do the same

April 21, 2020

Redshift - 5 Insights as Architects Lead Hospital Conversion for COVID-19 Response

Fast Company - How the COVID-19 pandemic could reshape hospitals

April 20, 2020

Fast Company - How architects can stop COVID-19 from spreading indoors

Commercial Observer - Designing Offices, Restaurants and Grocery Stores in the Age of Coronavirus

April 17, 2020

Fast Company - Could this market design be the future of social-distance food shopping?

Dallas Morning News - How will your workplace adapt to social distancing in a post-pandemic world?

April 16, 2020

Forbes - Architects Forecast Change For Design In Wake Of COVID-19

San Antonio Express-News - How will coronavirus change offices? Think new seating, more cleaning and hands-free tech

April 15, 2020

Architectural RecordArchitects, Engineers, and Physicians Develop COVID-19 Patient Isolation Hood

NPR - Designing at a distance: Coronavirus is changing how Philly architects work

April 14, 2020

Fox San Antonio - San Antonio councilman, Roberto Trevino, AIA, works to build ventilators

Construction Dive - After COVID-19, there will be a new normal for construction safety

April 13, 2020

Architect Magazine - How to Get Back to Normal, Using Design to Fight the Pandemic, More Mask Making, and More

Fast Company - Architects develop a COVID-19 screening booth for no-touch testing

April 10, 2020

Bloomberg - Sneeze Guards and Temperature Checks Are the New Normal for U.S. Retail

ArchDaily - AIA’s COVID-19 Task Force Creates Design Guide to Retrofit Buildings for Alternative Care

April 9, 2020

Fast Company - How to design for the dead and dying

Construction Dive - As coronavirus necessitates technology usage, investors seem keen on Contech

April 8, 2020

Los Angeles Times - USC leads an army of architects making masks for medical workers using 3-D printers

The Guardian (UK) - How to build a hospital in nine days: emergency architecture in a pandemic

April 6, 2020

Metropolis - 5 Ways Architects and Designers are Responding to COVID-19

Architectural Record - Newly ormed AIA Task Force Launches Tool to Collect Coronavirus Alternative Care Site Designs

Architectural Record Exclusive - New York City Halts Public Design Work

Architect Magazine - These Architects Are Addressing COVID-19 Health Care Infrastructure Capacity

Architect Magazine - Here's How Architects, Designers, and Makers Can Help and Volunteer in the Coronavirus Era

Architect Magazine - The Need for More Testing and Mobilization, Design Tips for Infection Control, State-by-State Construction Mandates, and More

Construction Business News - CannonDesign creates a walk-in testing booth for COVID-19 in the United States

The Province - Dreessen: Let's use what COVID-19 has taught us to redesign our city

National Law Review  - COVID-19’s Impact on Construction: Is There a Remedy? — Time Extension, Force Majeure, or More?

Archinect - Introducing Archinect’s COVID-19 Guide for Architects & Designers

Archinect - LA Mayor calls on architects to expand 3D-printed PPE efforts

April 3, 2020

Architectural Digest - What to Do If Your Project Is Put On Hold or Canceled

Architizer - How the Architecture and Design Community Is Helping Combat COVID-19

April 1, 2020

CBS Los Angeles - USC Architecture Program Making 3D Masks For Medical Workers Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

March 25, 2020

Architectural Record - Planned for a Pandemic: Rush University Medical Center Tower by Perkins and Will

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