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SITU joins AIA Brooklyn panel to discuss how Brooklyn’s design community is responding to the COVID-19 pandemic

May 19th 2020

AIA’s Brooklyn chapter hosts a virtual panel to discuss how architecture and urban design can help NYC strengthen public health in the post-COVID era, and in the process, deepen the city’s resiliency for decades to come. Our Director of Business Development Amy Parker shares our recent work designing COVID testing sites that are easily deployed citywide. This work includes prototyping physical testing booths as well as creating a wider strategy for pop-up testing in every neighborhood—all of which draws on SITU’s past experience with modular design, custom fabrication and urban planning.

Together with Deborah Marton of Van Alen Institute and Autumn Visconti of Bjarke Ingels Group, the panel explores how responding to COVID-19 will shape the design community more broadly and prompt an expanded understanding of the city’s infrastructure for resiliency.

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Event details
Design + Public Space
Wednesday, May 20, 2020 at 6:00 pm–8:00 pm