Video Article: Architects in Asia discuss the affects of the coronavirus pandemic.

Architects from around Asia have discussed how Covid-19 has affected their businesses and how the industry can adapt and survive. You can view their webinars here:

Talking Architecture Webinar: ‘Asia – Life after COVID-19’ – Wednesday 17th June (Video by: World Architecture Festival)
RIBA Architects on the Coronavirus Crisis | Ken Wai, Aedas, Shanghai (Video by: RIBA Architecture)
RIBA Architects on the Coronavirus Crisis | EeTiong Lim, Gensler, Singapore (Video by RIBA Architecture)
Impact of COVID-19 on design and construction of airports (Video by: CNA)
COVID-19 and the future of cities. Stephen Engblom is head of Global Cities at AECOM – he talks to NLA’s Peter Murray via the internet (Zoom) from his house in Twin Peaks overlooking San Francisco. They discuss how cities are responding to COVID-19 and the impact the virus will have on our attitude to urban living. (Video by: New London Architecture)

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