Architects Share Predictions for the Future of Design After COVID-19

How will design change after the coronavirus? Adam Meshberg sees vestibules and mudrooms making a big comeback in Architects Share Predictions for the Future of Design After COVID-19 in Departures Magazine.

“It’s an opportunity to make spaces more beautiful and healthy.

It’s no secret that life will change in some way after the spread of coronavirus subsides. Everything from travel to work arrangements will be altered. And the same is true for architecture and design. The pandemic and resulting shutdown will have a lasting impact on how people think about their home, business, and city environments.

‘Our design model trends will certainly get flipped upside down,’ said Adam Meshberg, Founder and Principal of Meshberg Group. ‘We will see the return of the vestibule mudroom. This will change the open floor trend to include secluded self-disinfecting rooms.'”

– By Jordi Lippe-McGraw, Departures Magazine, (excerpt)

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