With Covid-19 vaccinations being rolled out around the world, here are three proposals by architects to speed up the process including drive-through facilities, shipping-container clinics and pods in town squares. More
Australian art and architecture collective Studio Rain has installed a temporary sauna next to Melbourne's Yarra River that is prefabricated and off-grid, so it can be built, disassembled and reused without the use of heavy machinery.
Recycling-focused studio Miniwiz, Taiwan's government and Fu Jen Catholic University Hospital have created a prototype for a modular ward using recycled aluminium panels, which would allow hospitals to quickly be adapted to fight coronavirus. More
Waugh Thistleton Architects has proposed creating 6,500 mobile vaccination centres in shipping containers that could travel around the UK and immunise the entire population against coronavirus in 16 weeks. More
A two-bed intensive care unit within a shipping container, designed by Italian architects Carlo Ratti and Italo Rota, has been built at a hospital in Turin and is being used to treat patients fighting the coronavirus. More