Jun Huang Shares WYP’s 15-minute City Concept with Project Management Institute
25 May 2021
WYP's Design Partner, Jun Huang was interviewed by the Project Management Institute about how the pandemic would shape the future of cities. Project Management Institute (PMI) is an international professional organisation for project management. Founded in 1969, the institute now has 650,000 members in 213 countries.
Jun’s views are featured in an article: New Urban Utopia – one unexpected outcome of the global pandemic: planners, architects and project teams are re-imagining what a city can be. The article is published in the latest issue of PM Network, the global magazine of PMI.
Jun Huang said, “The pandemic forces everyone to think deep about the way forward, and I am delighted to have this opportunity share our views on how to plan and design future cities.” Jun says, “ Wei Yang & Partners is driven by a commitment to promoting design excellence and creating truly sustainable environments and liveable cities. Over the past decade we have been promoting the 15-minute city concept through research and projects internationally, particularly in the UK and China. In essence, the concept is about creating a heathy, inspirational and self-sustained community-life circle.”