The novel virus COVID-19 has upended our lives. As it spreads across the globe, it is keeping us contained in our homes and reshaping our relationships with cities.
Some of the most pivotal developments in urban planning have come about as a response to crises. City-makers, architects, public health leaders and urban designers from all over are beginning to speculate the kind of city we will emerge into once the danger of mass infection has subsided—for better, or worse.