There can be no doubt that COVID-19 has brought about a fundamental shift in our use of, and attitudes towards, place. From policies of physical distancing locally and internationally to the closing of our cultural institutions and the sudden rise in remote offices, the practice of placemaking — connecting people to place — is undergoing an era of uncertain and rapid change.
As our communities continue to grapple with the widespread implications of the global pandemic, Entro looked to anticipate the future of placemaking by hosting an online panel with key industry leaders on how placemaking has changed in light of COVID-19, and how it will continue to change.
Brad Keast, Vice President of Innovation & Development at Dream Unlimited,
Daniel Payne, Principal at AEA Consulting
Anna Crider, Principal at Entro
Tim Robertson, Co-founder at Good Digital Culture
Vedran Dzebic, Head of Research and Development, Entro