The longer COVID-19 rages on and we spend more time at home, the more likely we are to wonder how residential architecture could change in the future. As a part of San Francisco Design Week in June, architect Leo Marmol, managing partner at Marmol Radziner, discussed how indoor-outdoor living strategies employed by early modernist architects feel especially beneficial and relevant today in promoting health and well-being at home.
“Modernism is about this notion of connection. I feel it’s too easy to consider modernism as a method and really oversimplify it into flat roofs and sterility. It’s not that. It’s a few relationships. It’s about connection. Connection to ourselves and our families within the way an idea flows and communicates internally, a few connections to the rhythms of the environment outside our buildings,” Marmol said.
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