Architecture and planning in the time of coronavirus—what’s next? 

Two urbanists attempt to unpick what the future holds for architecture and urban planning in light of the Coronavirus pandemic

Build a Better Normal: Excellence in Times of Crises

Human health and wellbeing, and design excellence in a peri-pandemic built environment headline the third LIXIL live session

The new normal is beyond this pandemic, two architects and a public policy consultant say

Second LIXIL live session reactors Leandro Poco, Benjee Mendoza, and Marco Sardillo redefine ‘new normal,’ bare real issues, and propose an overhaul of policies

LOOK: Emerging Architects Studio proposes a series of post-COVID-19 residential designs

Architects and designers from Emerging Architects Studio identify post-pandemic responses for modest Filipino residences, small spaces, and social housing

Innovative workplace solutions in the time of COVID-19

Skidmore Owings & Merrill, Jones Lang Lasalle, and Nova Group present COVID-19 risk reduction management strategies and innovative technologies for office buildings to the Urban Land Institute

Post-Pandemic Deconstruction

We need a drastic reassessment of the values system that governs our built environment. As the powerless yet omnipotent creators of built worlds on paper, that is what we must ask ourselves, our society,