Raddar #2 2021
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The COVID-19 pandemic has forced a re-examination of the architecture and design of our interiors from a wide range of perspectives. As containment measures were imposed, more
the private dwelling became central to the lives of many people worldwide; no longer a simple accumulation of furniture and objects, the interior is an intimate, socio-cultural construction anchored in a precise moment of space and time. A text by Swiss architect Philippe Rahm, who has long worked on climate phenomena and is now looking at its relationship with the pandemic, is among the ten articles by international contributors in this issue, guest edited by design historian Penny Sparke.