Voiding Public Spaces, Enclosing Domestic Places: Place Attachment at the Onset of the Pandemic in Quito

Abstract / Resumen / Resumo

During the enforced confinement of the coronavirus pandemic, the sense of place transcends the apparent bound of the indoor geographies. Despite the emptying of urban infrastructure and the uncertainty regarding its future use, more people have a higher appreciation for public spaces and consider their neighborhood is very safe.