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Kate Pleban

Is this the end of the humble push button?

The city as we know it, is changing. Amidst the global pandemic of COVID-19 our cities, our neighbourhoods and our people have had to adapt to a new way of being. Physical distancing restrictions have changed the way we communicate, connect, interact, move and function within both our public and private worlds.

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Posted by
Kate Pleban

Travel Behaviours

The ‘new normal’ is a hot topic. Whilst it’s not yet clear exactly what this will be, it’s clear that our travel behaviours post-Coronavirus will be different to those before it. As a regular commuter I’m already starting to think about how my daily journey to London might change when lockdown is eased or ended.

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Posted by
Georgina Hughes

Smart Tactiles

A design response to the rapidly emerging demands on future cityscapes and the evolving behaviours of their inhabitants.

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Posted by
Georgina Hughes

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