All the cities in the world are trying to find a balance between major flows of human beings, which are slow to resume, and proximity services, whose reason for being lies precisely with increased demand, though on a local level. With new formulas of smart working, big retail and the return of commercial activities, also on a neighborhood scale. After Milan, we wondered what was happening in other big cities. Our worldwide investigation starts in New York.
The space conceived as an enabler of relationships, either between individuals, within organizations or with the natural world. This is the title of the 17th International Architecture Exhibition of the Venice Biennale, curated by Hashim Sarkis, who asks architects a resounding question: How will we live together?
The 15-minute city proposed for Paris by the mayor Anne Hidalgo has revolutionized the idea of urban growth. And the concept of proximity has become pervasive and strategic in many sectors, also for workspaces
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