Approaches of Green Infrastructure Constitution in the Urban Planning System of Paris and its Enlightenment2017.03.31刘京一,张梦晗,林箐.风景园林,2017(03)
In more than a decade, France has seen a profound revolution in urban planning system. The concepts relating green infrastructure are obliged to integrated inplanning projects. As one of the densest cities in Europe, Paris faces extraordinary difficulties in creating green infrastructure, Thereby, it provides us with great reference significance. In the constitution of green infrastructure, existing and potential resources of green spaces are fully exploited. Other than traditional forms, new forms of plantation are explored including plantation integrating with transport infrastructure and buildings. Faced with contemporary urban problems, Paris has also attached great importance to the functions of green infrastructure in promoting biodiversity, regulating climate and coordinating diversified uses. Finally, the revelation in planning methodology, network constitution and cooperation with policies and other plans are discussed.
Green Corridor along the Three Gorges Reservoir: Landscape Planning of Yunyang Waterfront Park and Landscape Design of Several Important Spaces2017.03.31林箐.中国园林,2017(03)
Yunyang is a relocated county town in the Three Gorges Reservoir area. There were some problems in its waterfront area, such as appropriation of greens, imperfect function of waterfront parks, disordered environment and massive hydro-fluctuation area. Fully respecting the existing conditions, the planning of Yunyang Waterfront Park tries to create a complete waterfront green corridor and a coherent pedestrian and bicycle system, and increase various urban functions, to improve the ecological environment and the living condition of the town. On the basis of this planning, several important pitch-point spaces with concise hardscape, natural plants landscape and abundant activities have been designed, and have become a series of widely popular urban spaces in Yunyang.
The Value and Sustainable Development of Rural Landscape2016.08.24林箐.风景园林,2016(08)
Rural landscape is the result of interaction between human and nature. It shows the most direct and fundamental connection between human and natural environment. It also shows the unique natural conditions and cultural history of a particular region. In the past 30 years, China’s rural landscape has changed in a staggering speed, and some traditional rural landscapes which are considered to be of high cultural and aesthetic value are rapidly disappearing. These phenomena reflect the problems and threats that are now faced by the countryside. The sustainable development of the rural landscape depends on the environmental, economic and social sustainability, as well as the sustainable architecture and landscape. As landscape architects, we should be familiar with the history and features of rural landscapes in different regions, understand the relationships between human and nature implied by the rural landscape, and be conscious of the complexity of rural society and economy. These are the basis for the protection of rural landscapes and the implementation of construction activities in rural regions.
Study on the Landscape Usage of the Water Conservancy Heritage in the Cities in Northern Xinjiang2016.05.27程璐,林箐,李易.中国园林,2016(05)
In the northern Xinjiang, the water conservancy of irrigation had been built in Tang Dynasty, and reached the peak at Qing Dynasty. Today, in the cities of northern Xinjiang, most of the water conservancy heritages are reserved. But many of them are no longer irrigating due to the urban development. Some of them are damaged or even vanished. These water conservancy heritages have the high landscape value and historical value which should be protected as the unique historical elements. They should be utilized to enrich the urban landscape by improving the urban canal system and building the green corridor of canals. At last, in the example of the canal system in Yining, this paper studies how to protect the water conservancy heritages in the cities of northern Xinjiang, by using the way of landscape plan and design, and realize the landscape value of them.
Research on the Ecological Landscape Restoration of the Tin Mining Land—Case Study of Gejiu, Yunnan2016.02.18胡柳,林箐.中国园林,2016(02)
In view of the industrial-tourism development opportunity of the mining area. Under the background of city renewal, the paper suggests that according to the pollution situation, the abandoned tin mining area can be divided into two types, being seriously polluted and being idle (or with light pollution), to establish the respective restoration models. By constructing the process of ecological succession and landscape of tin mining area in a time dimension, and the recreational activities which can be provided to people during different restoration periods, the paper puts forward suggestions for three development models of the original ecological landscape restoration, reutilization of the step-shaped land texture left by the mining and the protection of the historical industrial sites.
A Stage of Public Life—Qinglongshan Cultural Plaza, Fushan, Yantai2015.06.25王向荣,林箐.中国园林,2015(06)
Based on the characters and functions of the site and using a variety of spatial division and organization, landscape architects create a people-oriented Qinglongshan Cultural Plaza with suitable scales, varied spaces and multiple functions. It is not only a beautiful urban space with simple relaxed landscape and amazing lighting, but also a public stage creating the scenery of urban life.