IT has been a year since the start of the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) pandemic and we seemed to be back where it all started. Knowledge of the disease has grown exponentially and vaccines have been manufactured so that the immune system in our bodies will be able to recognize Covid-19 and respond properly. Change in office scheduling Prior to the pandemic, architects and employees would normally hold meetings and conferences among their staff face-to-face to discuss the nitty-gritty design approaches to challenges and solutions. These meeting have now been held online through apps such as Zoom, Microsoft and many more. It has made each individual learn and adjust to virtual technology in the comforts of their homes. Design approaches Although most technical professionals believe the design approaches will not be that significant in changes, it has been a year already and people have adopted a culture change and now have necessary facilities to assist Covid patients. These have changed the design flow even of hospitals, government offices, high-rise private buildings, restaurants and even residential buildings. Malls now have the necessary health protocols in place and QR codes are adapted for contact tracings. Upgrade of design software Computer Aided Designs… Read full this story
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