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Designing for Resilience

Sabine Grimes
Publication date:
January 14, 2021
Article Summary: 

This article discusses the concept of resilience in design, particularly in the context of interior design for condos. Resilience is defined as the ability to adapt and withstand challenges while maintaining integrity and functionality. The article emphasizes the importance of understanding potential threats and core strengths to create resilient designs. It highlights the need for buildings to be planned to anticipate interruptions and be flexible enough to adapt to changing conditions. The article suggests that resilient interior design should consider factors like disease prevention, mental health and wellness, and the ability to accommodate future changes and multiple functions.


Resilience, interior design, condo design, building resilience, flexibility, adaptability, disease prevention, mental health, design concepts, supply chain, functionality, challenges, flexibility in design, future-proof design.

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Sabine Grimes
Designing for Resilience
January 14, 2021
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