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Research on the Exploration of Micro-Space under Urban Renewal— Take Paley Park in the United States as an Example

Nan Fang

Abstract


In recent years, with the continuous development of the economy and the continuous acceleration of the urbanization process, the city is in a new period of construction and development, and the lack of urban land resources and the lack of public space have become more and more serious. In this context, how to further explore urban public space resources and improve land use efficiency has become the focus of attention, and Micro-space applications have emerged. Based on the analysis of the plane scale, space quality, streamline organization, plant configuration, environmental sketch, material selection, and activity content, this paper explores the design techniques of micro-space in order to inject vitality and improve the quality of the city. We will improve the living standards of the residents and adapt them to the social development of the cities.

Keywords


Urban Renewal; Micro-Space; Urban Public Spaces; Revival of Vitality

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18282/l-e.v9i3.1581

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