Pianist in the Square by Shokraan Rahiminezhad, Environmental Psychology, GC CUNY
A few months ago, you could barely find a street musician in Kentron (downtown) Yerevan. Only two old patriots...0
Rethink Guayaquil’s public spaces/Repensar los espacios públicos de Guayaquil by Luis Alfonso Saltos Espinoza
Rethink Guayaquil’s public spaces. By: Luis Alfonso Saltos Espinoza, Architect – Specialist and Master in Urban and Regional Planning ...
PUBLIC SPACE, IN THE MIRROR OF COVID-19: Social Disparities Beyond Social Distancing by Jeff Hou, Seattle
Since late January this year, life in Seattle has steadily descended into an unsettling and uncharted reality, like...
COVID’s aggressive social distance policing and racism: we need our public spaces to work for us, not be used against us By: Erin Lilli
COVID’s aggressive social distance policing and racism: we need our public spaces to work for us, not be used...
Cities are Epicenters of Economy and Innovation as well as Social Interaction–characteristics that are being under attack by Covid-19 by Wail I. Bakhit
A planet under the siege! It sounds like a new Hollywood’s movie or a latest science fiction novel...
Stay home/ Go out: How COVID-19 and the Earthquake have Changed Public Spaces in Zagreb by Valentina Gulin Zrnic, Croatia
It was just before coronavirus outbreak in Croatia that my colleague Nevena Skrbic Alempijevic and I had a public...
Social Distancing in Manhattan by Melanie Lefkowitz
Where I live, on the Upper West side of Manhattan it is relatively quiet now, but there are some...
Public Space and COVID-19: Mumbai Edition by Saanchi Saxena
It is Day 10 of Lockdown 2.0. Supposed to last until April 15, the national lockdown has been extended...
The Evolving Covid-19 Lockdown in London by Judy Ling Wong
The UK government has just announced another 3 weeks of lockdown. This revived something of the initial panic...