Cass Research present two online seminars led by Dr Frances Holliss, Emeritus Reader in Architecture.
Hundreds of thousands of people across the world have abruptly had to relocate their work to home over the past few days. Dr Frances Holliss, Emeritus Reader in Architecture at the school and international expert in design for home-based is leading two online Cass Research seminars to explore key issues raised when dwelling and workplace are combined.
#1 Top Tips for Sane home work
Thursday 26 March 6.30-8pm
The first seminar will discuss underlying principles for best spatial and behavioural practice in the context of unexpected home-based work due to the current Covid-19 crisis.
#2 Delight in home-based work
Monday 30 March 6.30-8pm
The second seminar will explore case studies of successful architectural practices built around home-based work, one in terms of its built form – Sarah Wigglesworth Architects (10-12 Stock Orchard Street, London); the other in its organisational design – Coppin Dockray Architects, a partnership whose workforce is distributed across locations and domestic situations.
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