Architects are designing multifamily dwellings for the post-pandemic age.
One of them is 30-year industry veteran Vickie Alani, a principal at Boston-based architecture firm CBT, ranked one of the city’s top three design firms per the Boston Business Journal, employing over 200 design professionals and boasting the same number of awards.
Alani says multifamily developers and investors need to keep in mind safety and a higher quality of life as they envision the future of their projects.
New floorplans, sanitation systems, work-from-home alcoves, and alternative ground floor activations are some of the new changes Alani’s firm is making to multi-family building plans as they develop for the post-pandemic world.
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Architects are already designing for a post-pandemic way of life.
One of them is Vickie Alani, a principal at Boston-based architecture firm CBT, one of the city’s top design firms.
A specialist in multi-family residential and hospitality design who boasts a 30-year record in architecture, Alani said the industry is changing, and she sees a place for multifamily despite the soaring demand for single-family residences during the pandemic.
As the US starts to open back up, Alani said multi-family demand is still there, just not at …read more
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