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Post-pandemic Urbanism

Post-pandemic Urbanism Edited by Doris Kleilein, Friederike Meyer Jovis , December 2021 Paperback | 5-3/4 x 8-1/4 inches | 192 pages | 50 illustrations | English | ISBN: 9783868597103 | $28.00 PUBLISHER'S DESCRIPTION : Working from home, online shopping, undertourism: the disruptive upheavals caused by the COVID-19 pandemic challenge architecture and urban planning. New spaces for action are opening up, but are they being utilized? From dividing traffic space fairly to urban food policies, from new places for work and recreation to the question on how communities can be oriented towards the common good: Post-pandemic Urbanism envisions a near future and discusses how cities and their transformative power can help to handle this current crisis and those to come. REFERRAL LINKS :       REVIEW : It was November of last year when Jovis sent me a copy of Post-pandemic Urbanism , arriving when Covid cases worldwide were averaging around a half-million every day but were steadily in

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