Exploring how architects have responded to Covid-19, the Environments by Design conference brings together architects, planners and public health experts from academia and practice.
Speakers are invited to showcase their work and research in areas related to any issue of design and wellbeing. Topics for discussion include healthy buildings, sick building syndrome, walkable cities, design for life, design for dementia, accessible design, healthcare design, environmental psychology and interior design.
Environments by Design: Health, Wellbeing and Place aims to showcase participants' work and ideas, provide a platform to network with others, and publish videos and articles about participants projects.
The conference is held virtually across 4 countries: Italy, Sweden, the UK and South Africa. The organizers are Syracuse University; Chalmers University of Technology; Northumbria University; the Italian Society for the Sociology of Health and the research organization AMPS.
Architecture and Covid-19: Environments by Design takes place online at architecturemps.com/design-health from 1 to 3 December 2021.