Mar 14, 2020 - 24 min
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Our living spaces are revealing our fears and desires. Architecture and design have always responded to disease and it’s no different with COVID-19. Virginia Heffernan reflects in The Economist's 1843 magazine on how the pandemic has forced us to cocoon, take a hyper-vigilant stance on cleanliness, and create a 'New Cosy' that may result in a generation of 'Zoomers'.