As a response to COVID-19, NYC has created a new ecosystem for Outdoor Dining Pavilions of every shape, size, and material
We were out and about Brooklyn yesterday and we encountered one of American Express and Resy’s 13 Yurt Villages across the US, designed to support safe outdoor dining during COVID-19: The Yurt Villages are a new covered, heated outdoor experience available exclusively for American Express Card Members. The collection of custom-designed tents will serve as…
How do we handle worldwide crisis and the multiple demands needed for family, career, and research?
Walking the city with linguist Jennifer Micó, where we explore what makes a city walkable, how cities can respond to COVID-19 safely, and what it means to be an outsider looking in.
Photographer Matthew Chattle shares photographs of the many different types of social distance markers in and around London.
Pedestrian insights by Annika Lundkvist’s with her view of urbanism, placemaking, and cities based on her shared American and Swedish history.
Observed: anti-racist Physical Distance signs in Brooklyn
NYC Open Streets continue to be a failure.
Observed: the many versions of sedeo strata (streetwise dining) which have emerged into the last few weeks in NYC.
It now seems that most of the world will be in some form of social distancing as a prelude to full quarantine or isolation in order to flatten the infection curve for COVID-19. California went shelter in place last week and New York is going on “pause” on Sunday. And it now seems like anyone…