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Automated doors and hands-free sinks: the little changes we’ll see after COVID-19

By LYNN PORTER
Journal Staff Reporter

Landscape architect Karen Kiest said she expects the 6-feet-away mandate of the COVID-19 pandemic will impact Americans even when it’s gone.

“We’re never going to forget social distancing,” said Kiest, who owns Seattle-based Karen Kiest Landscape Architects “I think it’s going to imprint on all of us who’ve gone through this.”

Still, she and others in the local architecture profession with whom the DJC talked hope those memories don’t foster design that discourages community…

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