The Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted the importance of neighbourhoods and how they fare in terms of walkability and wheelability.
We’re out of lockdown (for now), but what does that mean for the local green spaces that were our saving grace during the pandemic?
The Covid pandemic has left a wake of destruction on people’s lives and made a ghost town out of many a high street. So as nations start to get back on their feet, can temporary arts ventures help heal communities and save commercial spaces?
Though some might sneer, Hockney’s playful scribble is a testament to the optimism and humour public art can bring to cities.
Wuhan’s lockdown was brutal in the extreme but effective, allowing the city to reopen relatively quickly. Companies in the West may look upon it with envy, but would citizens?
Technology leaders from the English Football Association and the National Ballet of Canada recall how they kept players and performers working safely in the pandemic.
Cities can make parks feel safe and accommodating for housed and unhoused residents alike. A new toolkit shows what that looks like.