The first seminar in the Pandemic Archiecture series will discuss underlying principles for best spatial and behavioural practice in the context of unexpected home-based work due to the current Covid-19 crisis.
Hundreds of thousands of people across the world have abruptly had to relocate their work to home over the past few days. International expert in design for home-based work Dr Frances Holliss is leading two Cass Research seminars to explore key issues raised when dwelling and workplace are combined.
Dr Frances Holliss is Emeritus Reader in Architecture at the Cass. An expert on the architecture of home-based work (www.theworkhome.com), she speaks internationally and has written widely on the subject, including Beyond Live/Work: the Architecture of Home-based Work (Routledge 2015) and DASH #15: ‘Home Work City’ (Nai010 2019).
This seminar will take place remotely, using the following Zoom link: https://zoom.us/j/954026858?pwd=SFVCMmIzZnhPV0J3SWFXd3NEM2NLdz09
Meeting ID: 954 026 858
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