Top 5 houses designed for pandemic situations

Atidesa features a food barn which supports permaculture principles and the concept of circular economy. Photo: Vinsensius Gilrandy Santoso

Due to Covid-19, the world has witnessed a record number of its population staying indoors in their homes for the longest time.

People have had to use the same space for work, exercise and leisure, and in certain cases, a room utilised to isolate a family member for quarantine purposes.

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