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Welcome to our special online edition of the June issue. We’re all dealing with the situation — “our new normal,” differently, some have embraced working from home and seeing a lot more of their family while others are keen to get back on the road travelling for business. In our diaries of a master planner during lockdown series, we get a unique perspective of what it’s like to maintain a career and more importantly plan for business post Covid. It will require all of us to think outside of the box and for Landscape professionals and architects, it’s going to require a fundamental shift in strategy and thinking when considering how we design open spaces and how urbanization and transport systems move forward. One of the most popular building trends of the past decade has been vertical buildings, with communal open spaces moving towards the sky as opposed to ground level where space is scarce. Will this trend continue? Or will consumers demand a new way of living post Covid? For now, we look at one of Asia’s most successful vertical living projects called Narra residences in Ho Chi Minh City. As the GCC begins to slowly open up again, we start to think about prospective recreational and leisure projects. See the proposal for a new waterpark in Salalah Oman.

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