Robin Barber, product owner of built environment at Arcus Global, explores how Covid will affect the way public spaces are designed and used in the long term.
The days of cramming into a packed shop or willingly standing like sardines by a busy bar have been over for some time. Shops are implementing queuing systems outside the store fronts. City centre roads have been narrowed or shut to allow cafes to extend outdoor dining spaces into the street. Floor stickers to remind us of the need to keep two metres away from others are abundant.
These temporary accommodations have allowed for social distancing, but what happens now that sunny days are rare, daylight hours
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