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Life after Lockdown: Anastasia Narkiewicz

Life after Lockdown: Anastasia Narkiewicz

In the final interview in the life after lockdown series, Branko Miletec talks to Anastasia Narkiewicz about the changing work environment in the post COVID-19 world

Antimicrobial Surfaces Offer Hygiene Benefits To Work Spaces

Antimicrobial Surfaces Offer Hygiene Benefits To Work Spaces

Statewide Office Furniture, together with other measures such as cleaning and hand hygiene, could be the solution designers are looking for in a more hygiene conscious world.

Life under Lockdown: Mike Faine

Life under Lockdown: Mike Faine

Branko Miletic speaks to Mike Faine about how life as an architect has been effected by the COVID-19 lockdown.

The Post-Virus Workplace

The Post-Virus Workplace

Has the Covid-19 shutdown changed the way we work forever? Paul McGillick takes a sceptical overview of current workplace futurology.

Life after Lockdown: Leanne Guy, Hassell’s health sector leader & principal

Life after Lockdown: Leanne Guy, Hassell’s health sector leader & principal

Life after Lockdown talks to Leanne Guy about the challenges and surprising positives aspects of this lockdown working arrangement

Dialling In with Angela Biddle, Scott Carver

Dialling In with Angela Biddle, Scott Carver

Sue Davies dials in with Angela Biddle of Scott Carver to discuss workplace culture when most of the workplace are somewhere else.

Dialling in with William Smart: Working from Home literally

Dialling in with William Smart: Working from Home literally

This week Sue dials in with William Smart, the founder and creative director of SDS, Smart Design Studio.

Life under Lockdown: Christian Hampson

Life under Lockdown: Christian Hampson

Chris Hampson, director and co-founder of visionary indigenous start-up Yerrabingin, talks about shifting his work paradigm since Covid-19.

Dialling In with Koos de Keijzer: The New Normal

Dialling In with Koos de Keijzer: The New Normal

This week Sue Davies dials in with Koos de Keijzer, founding Principal of DKO, to discuss how the dynamics of their workplace practices have changed.

Life under Lockdown: Jefa Greenaway

Life under Lockdown: Jefa Greenaway

Jefa Greenaway, founder of Greenaway Architects, discusses the changes to the workplace that the lockdown has caused, including some of the positives.

Life under Lockdown: Mahalath Halperin

Life under Lockdown: Mahalath Halperin

Mahalath Halperin, architect and environmental consultant, discusses the work/life balance of the COVID-19 lockdown.

Dialling in with Mathew Dalby of Buchan

Dialling in with Mathew Dalby of Buchan

With offices globally including in Shanghai, Buchan Group were alerted early to a changing climate for working and living. What can we learn from their action?

Life under Lockdown: Tom Owens, principal & MD, Gensler Australia

Life under Lockdown: Tom Owens, principal & MD, Gensler Australia

Tom Owens, principal & MD, Gensler Australia discusses the challenges of working during the COVID-19 lockdown.

The tool that can change the way architects work from home

The tool that can change the way architects work from home

A new tool developed from a UNSW associate professor and Cox Architecture is helping the Architecture industry move work to the digital world

Dowel Jones introduces the Design From Home competition

Dowel Jones introduces the Design From Home competition

With most of Australia in social isolation Dowel Jones introduces a new design competition to help keep our brains from atrophying

The lights that could kill Corona

The lights that could kill Corona

Brightgreen, a light company in Melbourne, claim ultraviolet lights they have engineered can combat the transmission of COVID-19. Can these lights really fry the virus? Or will they fry us instead?

A Closeness In Distance

A Closeness In Distance

As March draws to a close and we begin a new month, Sue Davis talk with Simone Oliver, Principal and Sector Leader Interior Architecture at Architectus, about their transition to WFH and the future of their culture.

So That’s The End of the Co-Living Boom, Huh?

So That’s The End of the Co-Living Boom, Huh?

Shared living spaces looked like being the future of metropolitan living and working, and now they seem like human petri-dishes. So, what comes next?

How to wrangle space when you’re all locked down at home

How to wrangle space when you’re all locked down at home

We’re going to be asking a lot of our living spaces in the coming weeks, so how best to keep things ticking along with the family in close 24 hour quarters?

Put your design-thinking caps on for the Fountain of Hygiene

Put your design-thinking caps on for the Fountain of Hygiene

London-based experiential creatives, Bompas & Parr invite the world to participate in the design competition, Fountain of Hygiene, created to rethink the way we see, use and look at sanitisers.

Can we make this an opportunity to be better than ever?

Can we make this an opportunity to be better than ever?

Business is not as usual – but this could be an opportunity for it to be better than before. Indesignlive won’t stop celebrating architecture and design, just as we’re sure you won’t stop giving us things to celebrate.

What would a perfect pandemic isolation home look like?

What would a perfect pandemic isolation home look like?

Writer Andrew P Street wants to build the social distancing house of the future!

Dance For Life cancelled due to COVID-19

Dance For Life cancelled due to COVID-19

A huge event for the Architecture and Design community as well as an important event for raising funds for charity Reach Out has unfortunately been cancelled due to concerns over the COVID-19 virus outbreak.

Our apartments just aren’t designed for self-isolation

Our apartments just aren’t designed for self-isolation

How do you spend a week in Covid-19 quarantine in a living space designed for you to be out of it most of the time?

Will you take the ten day hospital challenge?

Will you take the ten day hospital challenge?

Say what you will about the administration of China, they sure know how to address a lack of medical facilities in the face of a crisis.

Hollywood’s tips for epidemic proofing your house

Hollywood’s tips for epidemic proofing your house

Films have already given us the answers to how to shelter from viruses, and the zombies they regularly create, and maybe it’s time to heed those lessons.