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Antimicrobial Products vs. Sustainability

For decades, sustainability has been a key element of architectural design; since COVID-19 appeared, discussions around antimicrobial materials have surpassed sustainable products in popularity. But are they really the solution?  Understanding the lifespan of coronavirus on surfaces may not improve the way we design healthy work environments. However, it could guide us towards protocols that […]

Evolution of Spatial Standards Post-COVID-19

People throughout modern history have studied how the body relates to the built environment. From da Vinci’s Vitruvian Man (c 1490) to Neufert’s Architects’ Data (1936) the desire to use geometric shapes to describe the human form and the space around it is evident. The human body and its relation to space create spatial standards, […]

VC is Growing!

VC is Growing! VC is happy to introduce one of our newest designers, Caitlyn Flowers! Caitlyn hails from the space city of Houston, Texas. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree in architecture from the University of Houston alongside a master’s in architecture from Universidad Catolica de Chile. A newer face around the office (she arrived […]