Christina Rees and Brandon Zech discuss what makes our homes homey, the overwhelming sameness of airbnbs and other urban spaces, and how the pandemic is affecting our view of home life.
“I think a lot of these conversations address the question: is there a way to make spaces more flexible, versatile and humane?”
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