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Posts tagged "COVID-19"
Looking after mental wellbeing

Looking after mental wellbeing

How are architectural practices supporting the health and wellbeing of their people? Susie Ashworth highlights the best tips and advice from the recent ACA Pulse Check no 2 survey.
Enriching online empathy in a time of imposed isolation

Enriching online empathy in a time of imposed isolation

How can we build empathy and capture the intimacy of face-to-face interaction? Leah Heiss outlines some strategies to harness creativity and enrich the online experience for us all.
Home / Work

Home / Work

Our new series asks the Parlour community to share stories of Home / Work as we all suddenly adjust to new working arrangements. Find out how to contribute here.
How has COVID-19 changed our living conditions?

How has COVID-19 changed our living conditions?

What requirements do people need from their private and public spaces to thrive and enjoy life? Kathlyn Loseby reflects on the profession’s achievements and the challenges ahead.
Rethinking 'home' post-pandemic

Rethinking ‘home’ post-pandemic

What are the implications of COVID-19 for domestic design? Maram Shaweesh and Annalise Varghese argue there is much to learn from those already adept at navigating the home as workplace.
Resources for remote working

Resources for remote working

Resources on remote working are not thin on the ground, but it’s sometimes difficult to sort the gems from the dross. The following websites and articles are some of the best sources we’ve found.
Resources for mental wellbeing

Resources for mental wellbeing

As we face the challenges ahead, maintaining your mental wellbeing is critical. This useful list includes tips, reminders and strategies to help maintain positive mental health during this difficult time.
More-Than-Human-Design

More-Than-Human-Design

The potential emergence of deep change in the face of emergency – Pia Ednie-Brown, Sam Spurr, Amelia Hine and Charity Edwards explain.
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