Temporary urban solutions help us deal with crisis – and can lead to radical shifts in city space (COVID-19)

Michael Martin, Iain Deas, Stephen Hincks

Publikation: Bidrag til tidsskriftBidrag til avis - Avisartikel

Abstract

Temporary use of land and buildings plays a role in the aftermath of crisis.

The coronavirus pandemic has resulted in new thinking about how cities are best organised to meet our needs. Part of this has involved short-term changes in the use of urban space. Our research into the temporary use of land and buildings shows the ways in which short-term development is deployed during times of crisis. Temporary uses also offer the opportunity for more fundamental rethinking of urban space in the longer term.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
AvisThe Conversation
StatusUdgivet - apr. 2020

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