LIFE AFTER LOCKDOWN – ABSTRACT 2
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LIFE AFTER LOCKDOWN – ABSTRACT 2

HOW THE WORLD WILL BE DIFFERENT AFTER COVID-19

23 June 2020

We continue our weekly check-in with the people interpreting The New Tomorrow, our new feature dedicated to the ideas of architects and important thinkers about how architecture will change and what the post-Covid-19 world will look like. Abstract 1(HERE) featured the thoughts of several important names in architecture, including Stefan Behnisch, Patrik Schumacher, and Sergei Tchoban. In abstract 2, we’re featuring eight important new interpreters and architects, who, in short video selfies, share their thoughts and visions of the post-Covid-19 world and its architecture.
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Kim Herforth Nielsen – Better communication and interaction: Emerging from Covid-19 with more
This crisis has taught us about working remotely. As the experience of Kim Herforth Nielsen from 3XN Architects has shown, in many ways this approach will let us be just as productive, while actually increasing client contact and not forgoing personal interaction.
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Steven Holl – Ideas and art during a time for rethinking
As Steven Holl discusses from his Round Lake Hut studio in Springfield, the current pause in our lives is also a chance to reflect on one’s work, and to reorganize ideas and priorities.
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Winka Dubbeldam – A bigger picture for the immediate future
Talking from New York City, Archi-Tectonics’s Winka Dubbeldam suggests that we shouldn’t focus too much on the immediate fallout from this emergency but take a broader view, concentrating our efforts on our environment and taking more responsibility as architects for complex systems, including planet Earth.
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Marco Piva – Opportunities for new models for city living
Recent technologies can produce ways of rethinking the spaces in which we live. This might even include revisiting – using modern methods – the urban stratification and harmony typical of traditional Italian cities. The Next21 approach developed by Marco Piva, from Studio Marco Piva, focuses on these possibilities, with green spaces, energy, and the configuration of buildings all centered on creating functional new models for city living.
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Alfonso Femia – A new beginning generated by communities

Alfonso Femia, from Atelier(s) Alfonso Femia AF517, points out that a new awareness needs to be generated from within communities and community values, because that is where we can find the elements we need for balance in our lives.
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Pankaj Vir Gupta – Moving beyond traditional borders in a post-corona world
As Pankaj Vir Gupta, of Vir.Mueller Architects, says, we need to harness technological innovation to bring generosity to the areas that are most in need. We need to take advantage of this crisis to bring specialized skillsets to those people who most need them, creating a “design thinking” that goes beyond traditional borders.
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Giovanni
Multari – Being human in a new tomorrow
A lot of our thinking now centers on a “renewed focus on humans,” at the core of which, as the current lockdown has shown, are family and home. Giovanni Multari of Corvino + Multari urges us to reflect on how these two key factors have quickly reasserted themselves as the driving force behind all our actions, and, for this reason, why the concept of “living” needs to become the inspiration behind the architecture of the future.
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Filippo Pagliani – Normality and the wonders of the new world
The return to normality won’t necessarily mean changing old habits. As Filippo Pagliani of Park Associati suggests, it will allow us to return to society with a desire to discover the wonders of the world to come.
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