Paper presented at JIDA 2021: IX Jornadas de Innovación Docente en Arquitectura. Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya. 978-84-9880-969-5. pp. 391-402. (Authors: Javier Rivera-Linares, Ana Ábalos Ramos, Débora Domingo-Calabuig, Laura Lizondo Sevilla)
The past state of alarm, due to the global pandemic by COVID-19, which forced people to remain confined in homes for 99 days, revealed the lack of necessary conditions in housing, and the forced alteration of inhabiting them. The experience Inhabiting the post-pandemic, learning from the experience lived at a personal and collective level, aims to add to the reflection on the future of housing. The initiative is materialized through a contest open to all architecture students in the Valencian Community and its transfer to the classroom as a vertical workshop in one of the universities participating in the initiative, relying on the contest tool as an inciter to debate and as learning methodology.