The silent city
door Koos Hageraats
A project on how new insights in hygiene will change the design of public spaces in the 21st century with the global outbreak of the coronavirus in mind.
The Covid-19 virus is causing a global economic crisis which is larger than any crisis we have seen since the Second World War. The damage is so large, it will change business cases when it comes to the design of public spaces. Major questions will arise about how a future pandemic can be prevented. New insights in hygiene creates opportunities to rethink how we interact with our public spaces.
Music in the video: Delta 5 – Mind Your Own Business
Welcome to the Neo Hygiene, an era where public spaces are designed to interact without the need to use your hands.
Featuring the following design concepts:
1. Lean On Me Traffic Light Button
2. Dance Hall Pin Code ATM
3. Motion detection with automated doors and curtain
4. Automated UV Light Cleans Transfers of Goods
door Govert Flint, Enrichers
by Govert Flint, Enrichers
Govert Flint takes us to the public space of the future with his designs. A space with motion sensors, smart devices and more interaction between user and design. Because what used to seem very logical can now be questioned and changed.
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