促进公共健康为导向的街道空间品质提升策略: 来自空间失序的视角

Bidragets oversatte titel: Strategies for improving the quality of urban street space oriented to promoting public health: perspective from spatial quality

Jingjia Chen, Zhaoxi Zhang, Ying Long*

*Corresponding author af dette arbejde

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Abstract

In recent years, space quality and design of streets have received increasing attention. In the field of public health, the insufficient quality of urban spatial characteristics or even disorder have been proved to directly or indirectly affect the physical and mental health of individuals, implying high-risk influence on individual behavior and delivering negative health outcomes. The improvement of micro-scale spatial features is beneficial to enhancing the activity-friendliness of public space and shaping positive psychological perceptions, thereby promoting public health. Focusing on the core goal of creating high-quality urban street space, this study takes the street space of the public space as the research object, and pays attention to the phenomenon of insufficient local space quality. Based on the current quality and significant characteristics of street space quality in China, it sorts out relevant design strategies in various street design guidelines for cities at home and abroad, and proposes design response strategies for different space quality factors, so as to explore the practical points to solve the problem of poor street space quality or physical disorder in Chinese cities, to pave a way for public health-oriented environmental maintenance, improvement and organic renewal, and to further serve the refined urban space management and design.
Bidragets oversatte titelStrategies for improving the quality of urban street space oriented to promoting public health: perspective from spatial quality
OriginalsprogKinesisk
Tidsskrift城市规划City Planning Review
Vol/bind44
Nummer9
Sider (fra-til)35-47
Antal sider13
ISSN1002-1329
StatusUdgivet - 2020

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