dwp|imagine: healthcare design after covid-19
dwp|imagine on the Frontline: How the COVID-19 Crisis is Challenging Our Thinking About Health Design
Hospitals and healthcare centres are where the frontline battles are being fought against COVID-19 – and the pandemic has forced a rapid re-evaluation of these spaces. Designers and architects are already identifying new opportunities, in particular the need for greater flexibility. This will be essential in dealing with future pandemics and outlier events that create temporary surges in demand for healthcare every five to 10 years.
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