Published in 1/2021 - Crisis


Revolution of Public Space

Sara Kärpänen

12.6.2020, Black Lives Matter Plaza, Washington, DC. Photo: Ted Eytan

The Covid-19 pandemic has limited social interaction and access to urban space but, at the same time, social activism and new forms of spatial occupation have emerged. Three experts reflect on the impacts of the pandemic on architecture and the use of urban space.

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