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Pandemic forces an urban design evolution (access required)

Larger spaces with greater flexibility, improved indoor ventilation and more outdoor walkways could be an integral part of urban design post-COVID 19, Rochester area experts say. Robert Fornataro, design director for SWBR, says the urban design process is evolving as a result of the global pandemic and a lot of behind the scenes work is happening ...

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Larger spaces with greater flexibility, improved indoor ventilation and more outdoor walkways could be an integral part of urban design ...