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The upcoming webinar series in collaboration with Zaha Hadid Architects explores how the post-pandemic environment has forced us to reconsider our understanding of the traditional definitions of living, working and leisure. Particularly for the Interior design industry, these questions necessitate an investigation into the pre-established typologies in both the private and public realms. Hosted by SBID’s founder & CEO, Vanessa Brady, the series intends to examine specific typologies, the conflation of their boundaries, the emergence of new definitions of interior space and the consequential impact on the people who commission, design and use them.
For PART 1 of the series, the focus is on the hospitality and travel industries which have faced considerable challenges during the pandemic. The limited mobility and opportunities for interaction between people during this period have meant that demand has waned. On the other hand, continual restrictions has created a pent-up need to escape and to bolster one’s well-being. The panel discussion will address how hospitality as an industry foresees a fundamental change in the services that it is expected to provide, and how design can navigate these restrictions while satisfying the needs of current lifestyles.
Topic: Interior Architecture Reconsidered (5-4-3): The future of the hospitality industry
Date: Thursday 22nd July
Time: 4.00pm (BST)
Duration: 1 hour
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