Covid-19, or the novel coronavirus pandemic, has significantly impacted architecture and the built environment. This includes changes in the design and usage of buildings to promote social distancing and minimize the virus’s spread, such as adding barriers, reconfiguring spaces, and increasing emphasis on ventilation systems. Furthermore, Covid-19 has accelerated the trend toward remote work, leading to a reconsideration of office spaces and the need for adaptable, flexible workspaces. Overall, the pandemic has emphasized the importance of health and safety in the built environment and has driven innovation in architectural solutions to address these concerns.