With much of the world still grappling with COVID-19, it's clear people must learn to live with it for a while, perhaps indefinitely. With that in mind, Andrew Frontini, design director at Perkins and Will; and Cheryll Case, founder and principal urban planner at CP Planning, talk to Nam Kiwanuka about how cities might adapt public spaces to meet social distancing needs.
Episode:
Public Spaces Post-COVID-19
Aired:
Jul 30, 2020
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