PUBLIC SPACE DESIGN
POST CORONA

Contributor: Eirign

With COVID-19 still on the rise in some countries and the fear of a second wave starting in other countries, we are likely return to our old life in the foreseeable future. The pandemic calls for a new approach on public space design. Here's how we predict space design will be, post corona.

Spacious public space design

In designing public spaces and public transportation, we're going to have to rethink our current use of public spaces. Spaces are often overcrowded due to a demand to efficiently accommodate a large group of people at a time. This approach will change to creating more spacious public spaces and the spreading of public spaces throughout cities or even countries.

Contact free living

Contact free living is going to be a new design approach. Public spaces, restaurants and hotels, transportation will all be redesigned to include a contact free experience. Anything to ensure a low virus risk living.

Distant working

During the lockdown, we've been able to truly experience working from home for five days a week. We predict there will be a shift from the office to home more and this will create a new focus on redesigning a work and living environment at home. Think of multifunctional use of spaces and blending work and leisure designs.

Cleanliness is key

People are going to value health and cleanliness more and more. We're going to be looking for better air filtration systems in spaces and instant cleaning devices. Brands will have to accommodate this to ensure a safe and pleasant visit at all times.

Virtual reality

When you don't want to risk your personal health and have to limit your outdoor trips, it's safer to live and enjoy from the comforts of your own home. We predict that virtual reality will gain popularity. Think of virtual travel, virtual restaurant experiences and amplified virtual shopping experiences. And of course, virtual magazines.

PUBLIC SPACE DESIGN
POST CORONA

Contributor: Eirign

With COVID-19 still on the rise in some countries and the fear of a second wave starting in other countries, we are likely return to our old life in the foreseeable future. The pandemic calls for a new approach on public space design. Here's how we predict space design will be, post corona.

Spacious public space design

In designing public spaces and public transportation, we're going to have to rethink our current use of public spaces. Spaces are often overcrowded due to a demand to efficiently accommodate a large group of people at a time. This approach will change to creating more spacious public spaces and the spreading of public spaces throughout cities or even countries.

Contact free living

Contact free living is going to be a new design approach. Public spaces, restaurants and hotels, transportation will all be redesigned to include a contact free experience. Anything to ensure a low virus risk living.

Distant working

During the lockdown, we've been able to truly experience working from home for five days a week. We predict there will be a shift from the office to home more and this will create a new focus on redesigning a work and living environment at home. Think of multifunctional use of spaces and blending work and leisure designs.

Cleanliness is key

People are going to value health and cleanliness more and more. We're going to be looking for better air filtration systems in spaces and instant cleaning devices. Brands will have to accommodate this to ensure a safe and pleasant visit at all times.

Virtual reality

When you don't want to risk your personal health and have to limit your outdoor trips, it's safer to live and enjoy from the comforts of your own home. We predict that virtual reality will gain popularity. Think of virtual travel, virtual restaurant experiences and amplified virtual shopping experiences. And of course, virtual magazines.

PUBLIC SPACE DESIGN
POST CORONA

Contributor: Eirign

With COVID-19 still on the rise in some countries and the fear of a second wave starting in other countries, we are likely return to our old life in the foreseeable future. The pandemic calls for a new approach on public space design. Here's how we predict space design will be, post corona.

Spacious public space design

In designing public spaces and public transportation, we're going to have to rethink our current use of public spaces. Spaces are often overcrowded due to a demand to efficiently accommodate a large group of people at a time. This approach will change to creating more spacious public spaces and the spreading of public spaces throughout cities or even countries.

Contact free living

Contact free living is going to be a new design approach. Public spaces, restaurants and hotels, transportation will all be redesigned to include a contact free experience. Anything to ensure a low virus risk living.

Distant working

During the lockdown, we've been able to truly experience working from home for five days a week. We predict there will be a shift from the office to home more and this will create a new focus on redesigning a work and living environment at home. Think of multifunctional use of spaces and blending work and leisure designs.

Cleanliness is key

People are going to value health and cleanliness more and more. We're going to be looking for better air filtration systems in spaces and instant cleaning devices. Brands will have to accommodate this to ensure a safe and pleasant visit at all times.

Virtual reality

When you don't want to risk your personal health and have to limit your outdoor trips, it's safer to live and enjoy from the comforts of your own home. We predict that virtual reality will gain popularity. Think of virtual travel, virtual restaurant experiences and amplified virtual shopping experiences. And of course, virtual magazines.

PUBLIC SPACE DESIGN
POST CORONA

Contributor: Eirign

With COVID-19 still on the rise in some countries and the fear of a second wave starting in other countries, we are likely return to our old life in the foreseeable future. The pandemic calls for a new approach on public space design. Here's how we predict space design will be, post corona.

Spacious public space design

In designing public spaces and public transportation, we're going to have to rethink our current use of public spaces. Spaces are often overcrowded due to a demand to efficiently accommodate a large group of people at a time. This approach will change to creating more spacious public spaces and the spreading of public spaces throughout cities or even countries.

Contact free living

Contact free living is going to be a new design approach. Public spaces, restaurants and hotels, transportation will all be redesigned to include a contact free experience. Anything to ensure a low virus risk living.

Distant working

During the lockdown, we've been able to truly experience working from home for five days a week. We predict there will be a shift from the office to home more and this will create a new focus on redesigning a work and living environment at home. Think of multifunctional use of spaces and blending work and leisure designs.

Cleanliness is key

People are going to value health and cleanliness more and more. We're going to be looking for better air filtration systems in spaces and instant cleaning devices. Brands will have to accommodate this to ensure a safe and pleasant visit at all times.

Virtual reality

When you don't want to risk your personal health and have to limit your outdoor trips, it's safer to live and enjoy from the comforts of your own home. We predict that virtual reality will gain popularity. Think of virtual travel, virtual restaurant experiences and amplified virtual shopping experiences. And of course, virtual magazines.

PUBLIC SPACE DESIGN
POST CORONA

Contributor: Eirign

With COVID-19 still on the rise in some countries and the fear of a second wave starting in other countries, we are likely return to our old life in the foreseeable future. The pandemic calls for a new approach on public space design. Here's how we predict space design will be, post corona.

Spacious public space design

In designing public spaces and public transportation, we're going to have to rethink our current use of public spaces. Spaces are often overcrowded due to a demand to efficiently accommodate a large group of people at a time. This approach will change to creating more spacious public spaces and the spreading of public spaces throughout cities or even countries.

Contact free living

Contact free living is going to be a new design approach. Public spaces, restaurants and hotels, transportation will all be redesigned to include a contact free experience. Anything to ensure a low virus risk living.

Distant working

During the lockdown, we've been able to truly experience working from home for five days a week. We predict there will be a shift from the office to home more and this will create a new focus on redesigning a work and living environment at home. Think of multifunctional use of spaces and blending work and leisure designs.

Cleanliness is key

People are going to value health and cleanliness more and more. We're going to be looking for better air filtration systems in spaces and instant cleaning devices. Brands will have to accommodate this to ensure a safe and pleasant visit at all times.

Virtual reality

When you don't want to risk your personal health and have to limit your outdoor trips, it's safer to live and enjoy from the comforts of your own home. We predict that virtual reality will gain popularity. Think of virtual travel, virtual restaurant experiences and amplified virtual shopping experiences. And of course, virtual magazines.

PUBLIC SPACE DESIGN
POST CORONA

Contributor: Eirign

With COVID-19 still on the rise in some countries and the fear of a second wave starting in other countries, we are likely return to our old life in the foreseeable future. The pandemic calls for a new approach on public space design. Here's how we predict space design will be, post corona.

Spacious public space design

In designing public spaces and public transportation, we're going to have to rethink our current use of public spaces. Spaces are often overcrowded due to a demand to efficiently accommodate a large group of people at a time. This approach will change to creating more spacious public spaces and the spreading of public spaces throughout cities or even countries.

Contact free living

Contact free living is going to be a new design approach. Public spaces, restaurants and hotels, transportation will all be redesigned to include a contact free experience. Anything to ensure a low virus risk living.

Distant working

During the lockdown, we've been able to truly experience working from home for five days a week. We predict there will be a shift from the office to home more and this will create a new focus on redesigning a work and living environment at home. Think of multifunctional use of spaces and blending work and leisure designs.

Cleanliness is key

People are going to value health and cleanliness more and more. We're going to be looking for better air filtration systems in spaces and instant cleaning devices. Brands will have to accommodate this to ensure a safe and pleasant visit at all times.

Virtual reality

When you don't want to risk your personal health and have to limit your outdoor trips, it's safer to live and enjoy from the comforts of your own home. We predict that virtual reality will gain popularity. Think of virtual travel, virtual restaurant experiences and amplified virtual shopping experiences. And of course, virtual magazines.

PUBLIC SPACE DESIGN
POST CORONA

Contributor: Eirign

With COVID-19 still on the rise in some countries and the fear of a second wave starting in other countries, we are likely return to our old life in the foreseeable future. The pandemic calls for a new approach on public space design. Here's how we predict space design will be, post corona.

Spacious public space design

In designing public spaces and public transportation, we're going to have to rethink our current use of public spaces. Spaces are often overcrowded due to a demand to efficiently accommodate a large group of people at a time. This approach will change to creating more spacious public spaces and the spreading of public spaces throughout cities or even countries.

Contact free living

Contact free living is going to be a new design approach. Public spaces, restaurants and hotels, transportation will all be redesigned to include a contact free experience. Anything to ensure a low virus risk living.

Distant working

During the lockdown, we've been able to truly experience working from home for five days a week. We predict there will be a shift from the office to home more and this will create a new focus on redesigning a work and living environment at home. Think of multifunctional use of spaces and blending work and leisure designs.

Cleanliness is key

People are going to value health and cleanliness more and more. We're going to be looking for better air filtration systems in spaces and instant cleaning devices. Brands will have to accommodate this to ensure a safe and pleasant visit at all times.

Virtual reality

When you don't want to risk your personal health and have to limit your outdoor trips, it's safer to live and enjoy from the comforts of your own home. We predict that virtual reality will gain popularity. Think of virtual travel, virtual restaurant experiences and amplified virtual shopping experiences. And of course, virtual magazines.

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