‘Design After Distancing’ brings together a formidable group of architecture and design experts to discuss the precarious futures of healthcare, workplace, education, hospitality, retail and multi-residential design.
July 28th, 2020
From Amanda Stanaway (Woods Bagot) and Jeff Copolov (Bates Smart), to Nic Graham (Nic Graham & Associates) and Kirsten Stanisich (Richards Stanisich), “Design After Distancing” brings together a formidable group of the most prominent regional experts, sharing their predictions for the future of the health, workplace, education, hospitality, retail and multi-residential sectors.
Amanda Stanaway, Woods Bagot | Andrew Hoyne, Hoyne | Cathy Jameson, Gensler | Dianne Jones, PTW | Dominic Biancardi, Podia | Domino Risch, Hassell | Eid-Kheong Goh, Architects EAT | Jeff Copolov, Bates Smart | Jonathan Richards, Richards Stanisich | Jo Dane, Era-co | Joshua McAlister, CHT Architects | Kirsten Stanisich, Richards Stanisich | Leanne Guy, Hassell | Lisa Munao, Davenport Campbell | Mark Healey, Bates Smart | Mark Simpson, DesignOffice | Max Thompson, Spitfire | Nic Graham, Nic Graham & Associates | Nick Travers, Technē Architecture + Interior Design | Rachel Luchetti, Luchetti Krelle | Shannon Peach Milieu.
How does the design of our hospitals best equip those who work in them to help those who use them? How will the design of our hospitals and aged care facilities be effected and what needs to change or be adapted? More info
How do we envisage our workplace post COVID 19? With many employees having worked from home and generally successfully, does that infer that we downsize our offices and how would we do this? More info
Education has been one of the few sectors that has maintained a presence throughout our time with Covid 19. Open for business and supporting fewer pupils has been a necessity but can the design of our schools be smarter, contracting and expanding as needs dictate? More info
How will our restaurants and cafés change? Will we still dine out or will we go to the take out window or perhaps the window will become our night out. Or perhaps going to restaurant will be an occasional occurrence instead of the every day routine that has been. What does that mean for design? More info
Personal shopping, a national past time, has suddenly taken a rest. The affect on retail has been enormous but what does this mean for the future? Will the High Street be re-invigorated as large gatherings of people in malls takes a back seat? Surely smart design can provide ideas for thought? Let’s see. More info
Multi residential living has become the norm as we reach for the stars with our homes. However will our desire to live in close proximity to others change? Will the design of foyers, public spaces and shared amenity require a re-design and what would that look like? More info
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