How to prepare your home for the post-pandemic world

A cubby hole to create privacy zones (left) and a cabin-like home office that provides just enough privacy and ventilation. PHOTOS: DANIEL KOH, RT+Q ARCHITECTS
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Singapore - While the worst-case scenario Covid-19 apocalypse did not play out, the last two years of pandemic lockdowns and restrictions has subtly shifted the way new homes are being designed and built.

Architect Robin Tan says "people no longer laugh at preppers who believe a catastrophic disaster is likely to occur without warning, and make active preparations for it".

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