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Potential Space: Home during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Potential Space: Home during the COVID-19 Pandemic Figure 1 Photograph by B.K. All rights reserved. 564 ARCHITECTURE AND CULTURE Sigal Eden Almogi Potential Space: Home during the Ben-Gurion University; sigalmail@gmail.com COVID-19 Pandemic Shelly Cohen Tel Aviv University; local.shelly.c@gmail.com Sigal Eden Almogi and Shelly Cohen The COVID-19 pandemic has invited new observations and interpretations of domestic experiences, especially during its periods of quarantine and closure. Our study of people’s use of and attitude toward the home was conducted early in the pandemic, when many people were required to Volume 9/Issue 4 remain within its boundaries. After distributing a questionnaire on various December 2021 social media platforms, we conducted interviews via Zoom, and pp 563–566 DOI:10.1080/20507828. participants sent us photographs of their homes and practices during 2021.2003059 this period. B (married with four children) lives in apartment in a residential No potential conflict of interest was reported building in Jerusalem. Figure 1 shows a private corner her son created on by the author. the windowsill of an interior window between the parents’ bedroom and © 2021 Informa UK Limited, the dining area. Sitting inside, he posted a sign facing the living room of trading as Taylor & Francis Group the apartment. It states (in Hebrew): “Reading corner. People http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Architecture and Culture Taylor & Francis

Potential Space: Home during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Architecture and Culture , Volume 9 (4): 4 – Oct 2, 2021

Potential Space: Home during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Architecture and Culture , Volume 9 (4): 4 – Oct 2, 2021

Abstract

Figure 1 Photograph by B.K. All rights reserved. 564 ARCHITECTURE AND CULTURE Sigal Eden Almogi Potential Space: Home during the Ben-Gurion University; sigalmail@gmail.com COVID-19 Pandemic Shelly Cohen Tel Aviv University; local.shelly.c@gmail.com Sigal Eden Almogi and Shelly Cohen The COVID-19 pandemic has invited new observations and interpretations of domestic experiences, especially during its periods of quarantine and closure. Our study of people’s use of and attitude toward the home was conducted early in the pandemic, when many people were required to Volume 9/Issue 4 remain within its boundaries. After distributing a questionnaire on various December 2021 social media platforms, we conducted interviews via Zoom, and pp 563–566 DOI:10.1080/20507828. participants sent us photographs of their homes and practices during 2021.2003059 this period. B (married with four children) lives in apartment in a residential No potential conflict of interest was reported building in Jerusalem. Figure 1 shows a private corner her son created on by the author. the windowsill of an interior window between the parents’ bedroom and © 2021 Informa UK Limited, the dining area. Sitting inside, he posted a sign facing the living room of trading as Taylor & Francis Group the apartment. It states (in Hebrew): “Reading corner. People

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Taylor & Francis
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© 2021 Informa UK Limited, trading as Taylor & Francis Group
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2050-7836
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2050-7828
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10.1080/20507828.2021.2003059
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Figure 1 Photograph by B.K. All rights reserved. 564 ARCHITECTURE AND CULTURE Sigal Eden Almogi Potential Space: Home during the Ben-Gurion University; sigalmail@gmail.com COVID-19 Pandemic Shelly Cohen Tel Aviv University; local.shelly.c@gmail.com Sigal Eden Almogi and Shelly Cohen The COVID-19 pandemic has invited new observations and interpretations of domestic experiences, especially during its periods of quarantine and closure. Our study of people’s use of and attitude toward the home was conducted early in the pandemic, when many people were required to Volume 9/Issue 4 remain within its boundaries. After distributing a questionnaire on various December 2021 social media platforms, we conducted interviews via Zoom, and pp 563–566 DOI:10.1080/20507828. participants sent us photographs of their homes and practices during 2021.2003059 this period. B (married with four children) lives in apartment in a residential No potential conflict of interest was reported building in Jerusalem. Figure 1 shows a private corner her son created on by the author. the windowsill of an interior window between the parents’ bedroom and © 2021 Informa UK Limited, the dining area. Sitting inside, he posted a sign facing the living room of trading as Taylor & Francis Group the apartment. It states (in Hebrew): “Reading corner. People

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Published: Oct 2, 2021

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