The main lesson I’ve learned from the pandemic is that for times of crises, we should always be prepared to take the least damage. My research project, Futureproof, looks into the effects of the pandemic in our daily lives. “FUTUREPROOF” will be a three-part webpage dedicated to understanding the ways architecture can adapt to a changing environment. Futureproofing is designing something so that it can still be used in the future, even when technology changes. I’ll incorporate (1) an analysis of changing architecture due to COVID-19, (2) synthesis of research to create a “COVID-19 building typology”, and (3) evaluation of the building typology in terms of adaptability, according to predetermined criteria. I envision the pandemic recovery to be gradual rather than immediately solved with the vaccine. Thus, I believe we will have to go through a transition period where I hope everyone will be cautious of the restrictions and requirements to maintain public health.