What 'STAY HOME: The home during the corona crisis – and after' examines how the corona crisis pressures the functions and boundaries of "home". We shall review changes, risks and opportunities inherent in this situation. Focusing on the intersections of multifunctional spaces, digital practices, family relations and existential beliefs, the inter-disciplinary STAY HOME research-team will develop research methods fit to gather, analyse and convey domestic experiences during the crisis. STAY HOME examines the home as a site where social structures and autonomous existence collide and are negotiated within architectural and digital spaces. We aim to identify risks and opportunities uncovered and created by the corona crisis, asking: What counts as a good home, when and for whom? Why STAY HOME identifies, gathers and organizes insights and experiences related to the home which are important to preserve beyond the crisis – either because they are problematic or even risky or because they have an unforeseen potential for long-term advantages. The project has a here-and-now dimension in that we will preserve experience while it is close at hand. But the importance rests above all with the long-range perspective. In STAY HOME we shall harvest insights that can contribute to a human-centred organization of "home" in all its material, technical, social and existential facets. How What counts as a good home, when and for whom? are questions that demand a concerted, interdisciplinary effort. STAY HOME unites scholars from architecture, family studies, technology studies and theology for collaborative research into ethnographic archives catalogued during the first months of the crisis, including material gathered in Deltagelsens grammatik (VELUX Foundation / Winthereik & Munk), in the diary project of the National Museum (VELUX Foundation) and by crisis centres. In our analysis of this material we shall identify a cluster of common themes suited to an integrated interdisciplinary inquiry that will be conducted in exchange with ongoing research into the histories of the early modern home at the Danish National Research Foundation Centre for Privacy Studies. SSR STAY HOME has a documentation component. We are going to gather and analyse domestic experience during the corona crisis. Some of these experiences are novel (home schooling, professional meetings from bedrooms and kitchens), others excalate exisiting patterns (domestic violence, working from home). The project will be an archive for experiences of "home" in its different facets. It is our ultimate goal to identify the opportunities and risks that the corona crisis has disclosed or created. STAY HOME will glean insights to benefit our homes as architectural, social, digital and existential spaces. It is our aim, for example, to leave material traces not only in future forms of domestic archtecture, but also in the informed handling of domestic crises.