Jan Gehl was one of the first to prioritize creating comfortable environments for people – finding a balance between people, transport and infrastructure in urban spaces. As an example, he cites his hometown of Copenhagen, where the main task of administrators, planners and architects is to make the city "the best for life". The issue of the quality of the urban environment has become particularly relevant in the pandemic. Demand for infrastructural development, especially of pedestrian and bicycle paths, hospitals and shops, and parks and square has grown. During the presentation, this renowned Danish architect will explain how the environment affects people and what city administrations must prioritize today.