Women, work and architecture – analsyis, anecdote and advice about workplace. The opportunities, the constraints and how we might navigate our way through them.
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.
Fiona Tribe has been working from home for many years. The pandemic has revealed that this was, nonetheless, very social. The lockdown has meant finding others ways to connect.
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.
Reduced stress, no commute, daily savings and increased productivity – working from home has been an amazing experience for Melissa Daniel.
For Brisbane-based Emma Healy, Covid-19 isolation has brought clarity about the things that matter the most.
Diana Jones is keeping everything on track by applying tried and tested tactics – routine and planning, lists of tasks and objectives, and plenty of creative pursuits.
The transition to WFH has been relatively easy for Indianapolis-based Lora Teagarden, but ever-present is the emotional drain of COVID-19-related unknowns in the world at large.
Naomi Stead describes leading Monash Architecture from eight workspots, shared with her partner and distributed across their small apartment.
For Sophie Cleland, colour, texture and a dedicated reading nook make a happy space for long days online.
A rejection of the open plan and the small breakout spaces of Kirsty Volz’s Two Pavilion House have enabled her to tackle one task at a time during the COVID-19 lockdown.
Tania Davidge has been thrown for a loop by the demands of COVID-19 isolation and juggling work with the supervision, feedback and conversation kids require for online learning.
Laura Harding tosses around the challenges and benefits of working from home, from the difficulty of switching off from work to more time for her favourite things.
Glasgow-based architect and tutor Miranda Webster describes her new home / work daily routine as she works from a roof space bedroom filled with lego and toys.
Spanish architect and postdoctoral research fellow Macarena de la Vega shares the challenges of lockdown life and working from home in a new city.