dwp|imagine: hospitality design after covid-19
Escaping the Everyday: How the COVID-19 Crisis is Challenging Our Thinking About Hospitality Design
Across the world, the hospitality industry has been deeply affected by the COVID-19 pandemic and the measures implemented to minimise the spread of the virus. As lockdowns are tentatively lifted in some countries and governments lay out road maps to reopening in others, a number of hotels and other hospitality venues have started to slowly open their doors again and imagine a new post-pandemic world.
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