Conversations City Design

Cities after the Pandemic

The Covid-19 pandemic has resulted in significant changes to our cities and way of life in ways we could have never imagined. But it has also revealed the profound public space and social inequalities that exist globally in our cities, igniting an interest in ‘taking back the city’: restructuring and reshaping cities to create stronger communities through equal access to culture, transport, education, business opportunities and green spaces.

In the first of a series of urbanism podcasts, Natalia Uribe, Head of Masterplanning and Urbanism at Gillespies discusses how the future design of our cities and urban spaces should shift focus from claiming the “right to the city” to the “right to the landscape”