Pandemic coronavirus will change the familiar life of cities around the world, they will have to respond to emerging epidemiological risk, adapting to new realities. Upcoming changes described “news”.

the architects, experts in urban planning, marketing experts, experts in many related industries can be the author of future innovations.

Retail trade is waiting for a clear change, a possible rise of online shopping. One of the variants of changes in the markets and shops offered in Rotterdam design firm Shift Architecture Urbanism. According to the designers, the necessary level of protection to buyers can provide “hyperlocal mikrorynki”. The project involves the creation of outdoor design of several counters for different categories of products and fence systems. A large number of such markets could change the very concept of shopping. So, the buyer will not go to the store, and it will go to him.

the New requirements may appear to the organization of Park space. Austrian architectural Bureau Studio Precht suggested solution to the problem, in which customers can be at a safe distance from each other through a circular maze with dorogimi a width of about 2.5 meters.

in addition, some experts believe that because of the coronavirus residents of big cities will move closer to the outskirts or outside the city. A number of researchers also suggests that people will want to move to a less populous part of the city.

Some experts believe that there will be reduced opportunities for the collective use of transport, instead the preference will be given to pedestrians. Will have to reconsider and consumption patterns and food production, and in major cities the possible growth of vertical and urban gardens.

Experts believe that the city, which is home to more than half the world’s population, will play an important role in the scaling solutions found during the current crisis in future.

Earlier, the Director of the Institute for media, architecture and design “Strelka” Varvara Melnikova said that the city in the era of postpandemic can become pedestrian. In addition, increase the number of parks and buildings will become “dynamic overbuild systems” on the first floor which can appear workspaces.