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The Study on Complex Planting Modes of Urban and Architecture

Bin Tang, Dongqing Han

Abstract


An ideal urban planting mode of contemporary cities is discussed, and the
urban complex planting modes are compared and analyzed. Based on architect Emilio
Ambasz’s “overlay” theory, a multi-cell and three-dimensional complex planting mode
closely combined with architectural space is presented. Aiming at the current shortcoming
of paying attention only to local advantage and ignoring the whole benefit of urban
planting, it is suggested to integrate the urban planting system with the architectural
system, so as to emphasize the maximization of the integrative using efficiency of urban
space.


Keywords


Integrative using efficiency; Urban space; Complex planting; Holistic

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/wc.v1i1.28

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