Cities after coronavirus: how Covid-19 could radically alter urban life by Jack Shenker published by The Guardian (3/2020).
“Pandemics have always shaped cities – and from increased surveillance to ‘de-densification’ to new community activism, Covid-19 is doing it already
Victoria Embankment, which runs for a mile and a quarter along the River Thames, is many people’s idea of quintessential London. Some of the earliest postcards sent in Britain depicted its broad promenades and resplendent gardens. The Metropolitan Board of Works, which oversaw its construction, hailed it as an ‘appropriate, and appropriately civilised, cityscape for a prosperous commercial society’”.
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