Open Spaces have gotten significant like never before regarding the safety of individuals as well as rather as a space to unite individuals and bring social, cultural, and financial versatility. Presently it’s a higher priority than before to reclassify the way to deal with building urban communities that organizes central human needs like light air, and association with place and community.
Here is a rundown of 10 models that examines present moment or long haul arrangement as recuperation from COVID-19.
1. Parc de la Distance, Vienna, Austria
A labyrinth-like park isolated by high fences that would permit individuals to be outside while keeping up social separation during the coronavirus pandemic. The recreation center would have various courses partitioned by 90-centimeter-wide supports to keep up a safe physical separation between its guests. Orchestrating the ways in a unique mark molded whirl design makes numerous courses that can be utilized all the while. Every one of the red-stone rock ways through the recreation center would be around 600 meters in length and course guests from the edge of the recreation center to the Center, where wellsprings would be found, and back round. Entryways on the doorways and ways out to every one of the courses, which would take around 20 minutes to walk, would indicate if a route is occupied. Parc de la Distance by Studio Precht is intended to support social distancing during coronavirus
2. Hyperlocal Micro markets in shutdown realities
Shift design urbanism calls for micro-markets that operate on a hyper-local scale during corona shutdowns. They keep the food market traders and the entire supply chain behind them in operation, to provide the city’s self-quarantined residents with fresh food in a healthy manner. Its hyper-local character limits the number of journeys through the city and its products on offer release the burden on supermarkets that have a hard time raising the risk of pollution. In the Netherlands, for example, large weekly or semi-weekly street markets have remained open in many cities, including the province of Brabant, the Dutch corona epicenter. In some cities, they were reduced to food only. Shift proposes to keep the vital function of the markets for fresh produce intact, while at the same time enhancing and minimizing its potential role in the spread of the virus.
3. Rimbin – Infection free playground concept
Rimbin concept is a playground made up of a group of individual play areas shaped like a cluster of water-lily pads on a pond. Each child can have their playing platform, with individual paths leading to separate entrances, from which they can see and communicate with each other from a safe distance. Users can see when an area is occupied from the entrance gate. Once inside the platform, children can communicate with one another between areas by speaking into hollow tubes. Play platforms can accommodate different types of activities and games. Some contain sand, while others have seesaws, ladders, or “horizontal hamster wheels” inside. Elements that are exposed to direct contact with children, such as handles and tubes, are made of metal to be easily sanitized. The duo proposes the installation of disinfectant dispensers to assist this cleaning process.
4. Gastro Safe Zone, Brno, Czech Republic
A proposal that can accommodate individuals and open spaces, post Covid-19. The Gastro Safe Zone program means to stir stale gastronomic organizations by managing outside eating and guaranteeing the necessary social distancing measures. HUA HUA Architects has built up a space matrix activity that changes open spaces into sheltered and characterized zones, where individuals can eat outside without spreading the infection. To control outside dining activates, the proposal calls for collaboration with the authorities to ensure the safe return of gastro enterprises.
Inspired by the circle of life, coherence, and infinity, the architecture will take in many forms. Distance from each other according to the requirements set by the authorities, each safe zone is fitted with a single dining package. Within a transparent safe zone, people can eat their food without wearing a face mask. It is appropriate to wear a mask once outside the grid.
5. Brunswick Street, Melbourne
Avoiding walking and public transport for the sake of cars could ruin cities. The need is to move quickly and refurbish our public spaces so that they are both safe and social. The aim must be to prevent a long-term legacy where people are scared of cities and other people. That is where solutions such as temporary and reactive urbanism come as a way of rapidly reconfiguring public spaces to build areas that are both secure and social. Cities around the world have started to rebuild people’s street spaces. Brunswick Street, Melbourne, as it is now and with the planned added area for walking and riding a bike. Tactical urban planning approaches to address this by drawing on a palette of low cost, readily accessible and versatile materials, artifacts, and structures to rapidly construct new types of public space.
6. Italian Plaza reactivation, Florence
Situated in a square in the town of Vicchio close to Florence, the venture is a brief arrangement that guarantees social separating measures in an open setting. Imagined as a strategy to reactivate open spaces post COVID-19, StoDistante deciphers the new standards forced by the locale of Tuscany. The establishment includes a 1.8m framework, the base safe separation to be kept up between individuals to confine the spread of the infection as indicated by Italian safety measures.
7. Prototype Square, Cesis, Latvia
When confronting crises, for example, pandemics, architecture must offer prompt and successful arrangements. In these emergencies, the need is, for the most part, to tackle issues around lodging, when the crisis is leveled out, the center beginnings to gradually move towards meeting spots, for example, public venues, neighborhood chambers, and open spaces.
Scaffolding is a decent option concerning development speed and limited spending plans. Even though they are typically utilized as impermanent structures, they additionally permit making an immediately formed space playing with flat, vertical lines, and the blend with different materials, for example, material, wood, polycarbonate, and metal. This modular scaffolding system is packed with local wood and provides a shelter for tourists and a platform for concerts. A large stack of wooden sleepers acts as stairs and benches on the terrace.
8. Socially Distant – Dining, Amsterdam
Amsterdam is proposing a creative solution to stir the gastronomic organizations into action while guaranteeing social distancing measures. Mediamatic ETEN and Serres Separees have made a protected waterside feasting activity permitting individuals to assemble independently and securely during the pandemic. Located on the Amsterdam waterside of the Oosterdok, the establishment of greenhouses offers a creative way to address the social barriers that need to be addressed. In reality, the proposed solution can be applied to all sectors of hospitality and gastronomy around the world.
9. Federal Street, Auckland, NZ
Auckland Transport (AT) in an organization with the Auckland Design Office is improving waling and cycling experience along Federal Street. The facilities are impermanent and provide a quiet route through the central street of Auckland, while a bigger Federal Street overhaul project is in progress. We are utilizing approaches that are moderately minimal effort and are fast to execute. Such interim improvements include Safe, Southbound (Federal Street) ‘Contra-flow’ bike lane, enhanced pedestrian facilities in the lower section of Federal Street by updated footpath surfacing, road marking, and signage. Painted polka specks along areas of the street to make a slower, more secure condition for walkers and bicycle riders.
10. Domino Park Social Distancing, New York, US
Domino Park has presented a progression of painted social distancing circles. This strategical urban structure mediation guarantees that individuals are “following legitimate social separating strategies suggested by the CDC and government”. To promote healthy visiting activities, the park has recently formed social circles in its open shared environment during this pandemic. The project produces a series of chalk painted circles on the intervention putting in place 30 circles: each circle is 8 feet in diameter and 6 feet apart. Immediately popular for the tourists, the social distance loop.