Title Temporary urban solutions help us deal with crisis – and can lead to radical shifts in city space Degree of recognition International Media name/outlet The Conversation Media type Web Duration/Length/Size 1000 words Country/Territory United Kingdom Date 15/04/2020 Description 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.
Producer/Author Michael Martin, Iain Deas, Stephen Hincks URL https://theconversation.com/temporary-urban-solutions-help-us-deal-with-crisis-and-can-lead-to-radical-shifts-in-city-space-135248 Persons Michael Martin
- Temporary urbanism
- Pop-up architecture
- Social distancing
- Urban spaces
- Urban design
- Urban planning