WHAT WILL OUR BUILT WORLD BE LIKE? ENVISIONING OUR CITIES AND RURAL AREAS IN A TIME OF ECONOMIC CHALLENGES AND TECHNOLOGICAL TRANSFORMATION
Crucial to our thinking about a future that adapts to our revised ways of working and living in the post-pandemic era are labor and technological infrastructures that simultaneously challenge us and bring opportunities for new ways of working. This infrastructure offers new means of working remotely and increasing automation, along with possibilities for remote learning and retraining for new industries. At the same time, technology requires us to update traditional forms of labor and social interaction. The built environment, transportation, domestic architectural planning, city centers, and exurban living are all areas that require rethinking. What will the future of our cities and rural areas in the Latin American and Caribbean regions look like? What new practices can be leveraged for this future of what can be called “distant nearness”?
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