E3S Web Conf.
Volume 283, 20212021 3rd International Conference on Civil, Architecture and Urban Engineering (ICCAUE 2021)
|Number of page(s)||11|
|Section||Urban Planning and Protection of Natural Environment Facilities|
|Published online||07 July 2021|
Research on age-friendly garden design in China based on the case study of WANSHOU Park
Beijing university of technology, Beijing, China
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The rate of population aging has reached a high level in China that age-friendly design should be concerned when designing gardens in urban place. Although the generation-skipping guardianship phenomenon always exists in present situation of elderly people in China that grandchildren are taken with the elderly and are involved in their daily activities in most family, the needs of children are neglected in urban garden design. The paper generalized guidelines of age-friendly garden design according to LEED, Chinese garden design standard, and the guideline of global age-friendly cities in Europe. Childrenfriendliness have also been included based on the above-mentioned new guidelines. 29 reports have been collected in the case study of WANSHOU Park which can be characterized as an age-friendly garden involving basic information and scoring records on its environment and facilities. Through the increasement of children-friendly features and installments in the park, the design will have great potential to deal with aging problems.
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