Architecture At A Distance: How These Firms Are Making It Work

Once a week, the staff at Mark P. Finlay Architects & Interiors assembles a row of quarantine client care packages.

“We work with our clients remotely all week,” says Alexandra Goossen, communications director for the firm located in Southport, Connecticut. “But this is such a tactile business, that we make sure that they get design boards and fabric and other product samples. We also tuck in a few goodies to make the isolation a little less onerous.”

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