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Telework and tele-study at home: user perceptions in times of the COVID-19 pandemic

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Resumen

This research discusses aspects of residential interior architecture and the impact of communication technologies on teleworking and tele-studying during the COVID-19 pandemic in Brazil, by taking a quantitative and qualitative approach. The methods consist of: bibliographic review, questionnaires, and semi-structured interviews. The results are shown through associative diagrams, correlating the data. The study of the diagrams reveals the findings of the quantitative and qualitative research. The aspects identified were organized into three categories: spatial, environmental, and psychological/interactional. The findings suggest solutions that extend beyond the workplace, involving the expanded dimension of the architectural boundaries, indicating the relevance of a more complete investigation on space of residential interior architecture and its relation with communication technologies.

 

Palabras clave:

Pandemic, residential interiors, teleworking and tele-studying

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