How to Minimize Reopening Risk and Avoid Financial Ruin

Call in designers to make sense of the overload of murky COVID guidance

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The PATH train station at New York’s World Trade Center (Santiago Calatrava, architect). A tourist magnet when photographed, passing through induces anxiety now, thanks to the coronavirus.
Visitors sit on the steps in front of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, closed because of the coronavirus
Visitors sit on the steps in front of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, closed because of the coronavirus
Visitors sit on steps outside the Metropolitan Museum of Art, closed because of the coronavirus. The sculpture is “The New Ones, will free us,” by Wangechi Mutu
Stone Street, a place for pedestrians, before COVID 19
Stone Street, a place for pedestrians, before COVID 19
Stone Street, Manhattan, pre-COVID

An independent journalist focusing on architecture and cities. Author of The Agile City: Building Well Being and Wealth in an Era of Climate Change.

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