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SmithGroup Perspectives blog
Indoor relative humidity is a function of seasonal climate and building HVAC. The range of 40% to 60% RH may reduce...

It’s important that healthcare teams can control access to every department in the hospital. When there’s an outbreak, it’s key that practitioners have the option to restrict access to certain spaces.

Stantec Blog
A Canadian healthcare architect looks at how hospital staff can act now to modify facilities and contain a pandemic.
Cannon Design Blog
To address the need for testing in urban areas for those without vehicles, CannonDesign architect Albert Rhee created...
Cannon Design Blog
Here are three reasons to encourage sewists coast to coast to keep their foot on the pedal.
Abundance: The Paladino Blog
If your cleaning teams use bleach to disinfect buildings from Coronavirus, will you put your LEED certification at...
Open-plan offices in the age of COVID-19

Open-plan set-ups like this are common in about 70% of U.S. office workplaces. Photo courtesy Pexels



Rob Cassidy
COVID-19 has designers worrying if open-plan offices are safe for workers.
GBBN Insights GBBN Insights
Overcoming isolation isn’t just about the technological face to face, it is about finding meaningful connection and “...
Gensler Blog
We believe that part of the longer-term answer lies not just with traditional health providers, but in the potential...
Stantec Blog
What can we learn from Singapore’s response to COVID-19? How does it impact the next generation of hospitals? 

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NBBJ’s nbbX blog
While student dormitories are well-suited to certain alternate healthcare uses — from housing clinical staff to...
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