ULI Toronto: Webinar - Residential Building Design and Wellbeing - Lessons Learned from COVID-19

When

Tuesday, July 7th, 2020
12:00pm - 1:00pm EDT

Where

Zoom

Pricing

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Panelists:
Andrea DelZotto
, Director & Executive Vice President, Community Development, Tridel
Joanna Frank, President & CEO, Center for Active Design
Mike Williams, Vice President Buildings, Principal, RWDI
Michelle Xuereb, Director of Innovation, Quadrangle
 
Moderator: Sarah Mitchell, Senior Development Manager, Land & Housing Development, Brookfield Properties
 
The built environment has direct impacts on human health and wellbeing. Due to COVID-19, urban dwellers have spent an unprecedented amount of time in their homes with limited access to amenities, while the majority of condo and apartment dwellings are not built to be lived in 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
 
  • What impact has this had on human health and wellbeing?
  • How may this impact condominium and apartment design moving forward?
  • Will there be an increased focus on third-party certifications such as Well/FitWell?
  • What lessons can we learn from previous projects and communities that have adopted a wellbeing focus for future urban developments?
 
Join ULI’s panel of experts as they share some lessons learned and forecasts for changes to residential building design post-COVID 19.