The architect Ceylon Ate?
The coronavirus pandemic, in which social distance is of crucial importance, has given rise to a questioning of individual and public spaces. Architect Ceylan Ates ?, who received the award for the best international furniture designer in Germany, examined the expected change in urban and residential designs in the process ahead.
The rules of social distancing, which are gaining in importance day by day, have affected the social and individual life of people as well as many areas of our daily life. People avoiding public crowds led to a tendency to spend more time in their private spaces, which led to a change in the design of the space. The architect and founder of CEYLANATES DESIGN Ceylan Ates ?, said that social distancing will affect urban and residential architecture as a way of life and adds to her claims by saying “Even as we overcome the pandemic, places and Locations avoiding contact will be the first choice of architects, designers and individuals. Thanks to this situation where one can make a lasting mark on social lives, it can be said that a new socially distanced architecture has been born. “
Ceylon Ates? who received the award for the best international furniture designer 2020 and the best luxury residential design project 2020 in Germany with his work and projects, explained what the world will be facing in terms of architecture in the coming days.
Electromobility will increase
Emphasizing that the environment and design have gained in importance with the effect of the pandemic with regard to urban architecture, Ceylon Ates? said, “The most important behavior that the pandemic has brought to us is not to contact people we don’t know in public spaces. For these reasons, new types of designs around the world are difficult to implement in our daily life will be mentioned. Especially in countries like Turkey with narrow public spaces, will be insufficient to compensate for the expectations of social distancing rules. We expect wider avenues and multi-level driving paths to become more widespread than in China, although it is too early. At the same time, by valuing this pandemic period as a lesson from nature, fossil fuels can be replaced by carefully designed power systems, which will increase electromobility. “
Remotely manageable systems are in high demand
Claim that avoiding contact will affect not only public spaces but also individual spaces such as workplaces and Ceylan Ates residences? said “We have seen an approach that prioritizes individual comfort in offices and residential projects in recent years. We expect an innovative approach to hygiene in the aftermath of the pandemic. We will see a lot more remote and contactless systems, especially in sinks and doorknobs. In addition, we will see them not only in workplaces but also in private residences. For the sake of social distancing rules, there will be a tendency to prefer larger spaces in square meters. As another alternative, we can see transparent systems surrounding places in the long run. “
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