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Living and working in the post-pandemic era
TWO months since Singapore cautiously reopened on June 19 after the circuit breaker period, has life really gone back to normal? Traffic jams and crowded restaurants aside, not quite. As our lives and routines are upended by the Covid-19 pandemic - perhaps permanently - so too will our environment, be it our homes, restaurants, malls, hotels and the like. But how, is the question that has yet to be answered. In tomorrow's BTLifestyle, we ask a group of architects and designers for their take on what the environment of the future will look like.
Meanwhile, if you miss the electricity of a live stage production, it'll be a while before we can return to the theatre. But tech-savvy arts practitioners have turned to Zoom and other virtual platforms to create highly original works that have won rave reviews, and which could change how we appreciate theatre in the near future.
And if you're hungry for a dining experience with a difference, grab a bite - along with some art, culture and music - at Appetite, the newest offshoot of Michelin-starred restaurant Nouri.