Creative Use of Public Space in a Post-COVID World Public
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COVID-19 and the ensuing necessary mitigation strategies have led to serious holistic health concerns around the world including in Hong Kong. The results of the archival research, interviews, and surveys we conducted strongly suggest that the residents of Hong Kong have holistically suffered because of the pandemic. We discovered that public spaces may have the ability to improve an individual's holistic health. As a result, we designed a set of ‘pop-up’ stations for possible use in Hong Kong focused specifically on encouraging people to leave their homes, engage in life, and move toward improving their holistic health.
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