The Medical Link - What Have We Learnt From the WFH Experiment?
Architecture affects our daily lives in many ways we take for granted. It defines the environments in which we work, rest and play. So, when a life changing event like COVID causes dramatic disruption to our lifestyles, it will ultimately require an architectural response.
In this feature in The Medical Link, John Lea looks at what we have learnt from working from home and how this will change the way homes will be adapted and designed in the future to suit.
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