Lockdown Space +
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The Lockdown Space collection invited people to submit observations on how their home environment had changed during lockdown.
People around the globe have had to think more innovatively about their domestic spaces to adapt to the new demands placed on them. The home has become the place where we work, socialise, exercise, learn, create, entertain, play, celebrate and escape.
Lockdown Space is in collaboration with Pete Maloney, Senior Lecturer in Interior & Spatial Design, UAL, Chelsea College of Art. The project was originally commissioned as part of Tate Exchange at the Tate Modern (July 2021).
© Collectarium 2022
Design Activity 01: Lockdown Space
Collectarium Lockdown Space: Sharing domestic transformations and innovations for pandemics.
Paper presented at the Urban Assemblage: The City as Architecture, Media, AI + Big Data conference, June 2021. As part of (AMPS) Architecture, Media, Politics + Society at the University of Hertfordshire.
This project is in collaboration with Pete Maloney.
- Change of Use
- Home school
- Outside Inside
- Virtual Space
- Working from home
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