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演变、形态、公共用途
  • 书号:9787030494986
    作者:Zhen Yang 著
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    字数:300
    语种:英语
  • 出版社:科学出版社
    出版时间:2016-08-18
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  • Contents
    Chapter 1 : Introduction1
    1.1 Research background1
    1.2 Research objective ,limits ,questions ,and significance3
    1.3 Book organisation5
    Chapter 2 : Public space in the age of consumption8
    2.1 Introduction8
    2.2 Conceptual foundation : changing‘publicness’of public space8
    2.3 Historic experience: the changing nature of public space10
    2.3.1 Cities‘of a golden age’10
    2.3.2 Cities of marketplace11
    2.3.3 Industrial cities12
    2.3.4 Modern cities 13
    2.3.5 Post-modern cities14
    2.4 Contemporary debate : loss of public space?15
    2.4.1 Key themes of place making in the age of consumption15
    2.4.2 Critique of loss18
    2.4.3 Counter arguments21
    2.4.4 So to conclude :‘both constraining and enabling’24
    2.5 Research gaps : critique of loss in China25
    2.5.1 Critiques on China's CPDs 25
    2.5.2 Potential gaps 26
    2.6 Design response : normative measurements of good public space27
    2.6.1 Fundamental rationale of place making in urban design27
    2.6.2 Physical dimensions of good public space29
    2.6.3 Social dimensions of good public space31
    2.7 Conclusion35
    Chapter 3 : Methodology37
    3.1 Research questions and hypotheses37
    3.2 Research strategy38
    3.3 Historical analysis38
    3.3.1 Preliminaries38
    3.3.2 Research methods and process39
    Review of existing urhan China researches39
    Illustration analysis40
    3.4 Rapid, qualitative survey40
    3.4.1 Preliminaries40
    3.4.2 Research methods and process41
    Desk -hasedreview41
    Rapid site ohservation42
    Random interview43
    3.5 Case study44
    3.5.1 Preliminaries44
    3.5.2 Research methods and process45
    Desk-hased review45
    Rapid site ohservation (pilot ohservation) plus random interview45
    In-depth site ohservation plus random interview47
    Semi-structured interview48
    Chapter 4: Historical analysis: evolution of China’s urban space50
    4.1 Introduction50
    4.2 Epoch division50
    4.3 Early traditional cities: representation of hierarchical social structure51
    4.4 Late traditional cities: expansion of commercialisation54
    4.5 Treaty-Port and Repuhlican-Era cities: emergence of new Western landscapes58
    4.6 Pre-market cities: spatial generalisation hased on production63
    4.7 Contemporary cities: re-specialisation led hy consumption69
    4.8 Conclusion73
    Chapter 5 : Survey : a rapid review of China’s four largest CPDs75
    5.1 Introduction75
    5.2 Traditional period: exclusion and marginalisation of puhlic space76
    5.2.1 Potential exclusion of general puhlic uses , Wang Fujing and Nanjing Road76
    5.2.2 Underdeveloped physical condition , Central Street and Xin Jiekou77
    5.3 Treaty-Port and Repuhlican period: creating Western characters in puhlic space77
    5.3.1 Transformed into an eclectic commercial milieu , Wang Fujing77
    5.3.2 Radical redevelopment in Western line, Nanjing Road78
    5.3.3 Initiative rooted from Western style , Central Street79
    5.3.4 ‘Grafting of Western hud onto a Chinese tree',Xin Jiekou80
    5.4 Pre-market period: deterioration of puhlic space 80
    5.4.1 Retained as puhlic centres in a socialist way: Wang Fujing and Nanjing Road81
    5.4.2 Politicised streets with less concern for puhlic realm: Central Street and Xin Jiekou84
    5.5 Contemporary period: the impacts of new consumerism on puhlic space85
    5.5.1 Radical revival of eclecticsocio-physical pattern , Wang Fujing86
    5.5.2 New Western ideas :the‘Golden Line’,Nanjing Road90
    5.5.3 Preserved street pattern andhenign management, Central Street95
    5.5.4 Dominance of mega-structures ,Xin Jiekou 101
    5.6 Conclusion106
    Chapter 6 : Case study: designing and managing Jie Fangbei , Chongqing111
    6.1 Introduction111
    6.2 Jie Fangbei's image and early history112
    6.2.1 The embodiment of a‘world city’112
    6.2.2 Treaty-Port and Repuhlican period :from commercial street to political symhol115
    6.2.3 Pre-market period: the socialist redevelopment between 1950s and 1970s 116
    6.3 The first high-rise hoom between 1980s and the middle 1990s119
    6.3.1 Functional transformations and their impact on the planning concern119
    6.3.2 Four high-rise developments120
    6.4 The first pedestrianisation, 1997125
    6.4.1 The environmental exacerbation facilitated hy the high-rise boom125
    6.4.2 The municipalisation of Chongqing and the economic analyses of the CPD strategy126
    6.4.3 The 1997 Pedestrianisation Plan :five principles and four approaches126
    6.4.4 Setting the street management byelaw128
    6.4.5 One square and one street129
    6.5 The second high-rise boom , 1998-2001 138
    6.5.1 Increasing commercial potentials after the 1997 pedestrianisation138
    6.5.2 Four high-rise developments139
    6.6 The second pedestrianisation and street refurhishment ,2002-2010 146
    6.6.1 The original trigger and two primary aims146
    6.6.2 The Urhan Image Design on Yuzhong Peninsula 2002 147
    6.6.3 The Jie Fangbei Urban Design Plan 2004149
    6.6.4 The Wall Streetstrategy ,2007-2010 150
    6.6.5 Two streets151
    6.7 Relevant key dimensions159
    6.7.1 Land use159
    6.7.2 Resting/strolling localities and public facilities160
    6.7.3 Control and surveillance162
    6.8 Conclusion163
    Chapter 7 : Conclusion166
    7.1 Discussions and conclusions166
    7.1.1 Comparative‘publicness’of public space166
    7.1.2 Historical evolution of CPDs167
    7.1.3 Place-making process of CPDs169
    7.1.4 Physical and social evaluations of CPDs171
    7.1.5 So to conclude: revising the research hypothesis175
    7.2 Design and management recommendations176
    7.3 Limitations and future researches180
    References183
    Appendix 1 : The location of Wang Fujing in Beijing193
    Appendix 2 : The location of Nanjing Road in Beijing194
    Appendix 3: The location of Central Street in Harbin195
    Appendix 4 : The location of Xin Jiekou in Nanjing196
    Appendix 5 : The selection of observation sites in Jie Fangbei 197
    Appendix 6 : Daily in-and-out pedestrian amount of Zou Rong Road ,Jie Fangbei198
    Appendix 7 : Interviewee list199
    Appendix 8 : Interview questions200
    List of figures
    Figure 1.1 The Fuzi Temple pedestrian district in Nanjing,2005 3
    Figure 4.1 Grid-pattem layout of Chang'an(618-906)52
    Figure 4.2 Avenue isolated by ward walls and ditches in Chang'an53
    Figure 4.3 Common pattems of ward housing in Chang'an53
    Figure4.4 Urban pattern of Kaifeng (960-1127)57
    Figure 4.5 Qing Ming Shαng He Tu , Northern Song Dynasty(960-1127 )58
    Figure 4.6 Fuxing Street, Chengdu , 1920s 59
    Figure 4.7 N anjing Road , Shanghai , 1907 59
    Figure 4.8 W oman spinning in doorway , Cheng 1905
    Figure 4.9 Shamian Island in Guangzhou , 1890s61
    Figure 4.10 Westernised streetcape in Shanghai, 1870s61
    Figure 4.11 Bund area , Shanghai , 193062
    Figure 4.12 Jiangwan Civic Centre Plan , Shanghai , 1929 63
    Figure 4.13 Soviet mikrorayon model , 1950s65
    Figure 4.14 Typical pattern of dαnweL65
    Figure 4.15 The gate and high walls of a work-unit compound66
    Figure 4.16 Work-unit compounds sprawling, Shanghai67
    Figure 4.17 Street with political propaganda, Beijing, 1970s68
    Figure 4.18 Political propaganda in the traditional area of Beijing, 1970s68
    Figure 4.19 Political demonstration in Tian Anmen Square , Beijing , 1970s69
    Figure 4.20 Remaining dαnwei compounds in Beijing ,20oos71
    Figure 4.21 Beijing's new department store , 1984 71
    Figure 4.22 Coexistence of pre-market legacy and new urban landscape , Shanghai72
    Figure 5.1 Dong An Market in Beijing,1910s 78
    Figure 5.2 Nanjing Road in Shanghai , 1920s-1930s79
    Figure 5.3 Central Street in Harbin , 1930s79
    Figure 5.4 Xin Jiekou Square in Nanjing, 1930s80
    Figure 5.5 Wang Fujing in Beijing , 1960s81
    Figure 5.6 Wang Fujing in Beijing, 1980s81
    Figure 5.7 Political slogans in Nanjing Road , 1960s-1970s82
    Figure 5.8 Traffic‘updates’in Nanjing Road ,1950s-1970s83
    Figure 5.9 Nanjing Road became inefficient in supporting public uses83
    Figure 5.10 Central Street in Harbin , 1950s84
    Figure 5.11 Xin Jiekou in Nanjing , 1960s-1970s85
    Figure 5.12 Street pattern of Wang Fujing87
    Figure 5.13 Building composition of Wang Fujing88
    Figure 5.14 The Snack-bar Street in Wang Fujing88
    Figure 5.15 Public facilities and landscape elements in Wang Fujing89
    Figure 5.16 Instruction board and security guards in Wang Fujing89
    Figure 5.17 Public uses in Wang Fujing90
    Figure 5.18 Street pattern of Nanjing Road91
    Figure 5.19 Building composition of Nanjing Road92
    Figure 5.20 The entrance park of Nanjing Road92
    Figure 5.21 The historical buildings in Nanjing Road93
    Figure 5.22‘Occasional’public uses in the colonnaded places , Nanjing Road93
    Figure 5.23 Public uses within the Golden Line , Nanjing Road94
    Figure 5.24 Public facilities in Nanjing Road94
    Figure 5.25 Physical shortcomings of the Golden Line95
    Figure 5.26 Street pattern of Central Street96
    Figure 5.27 Public events in Central Street97
    Figure 5.28 Homeless people in Central Street98
    Figure 5.29 Skateboarders in Central Street98
    Figure 5.30 Dogwalker in Central Street99
    Figure 5.31 The‘handwriting square’in Central Street99
    Figure 5.32 New building composition of Central Street100
    Figure 5.33 The‘lateral’squares in Central Street100
    Figure 5.34 The Jinling Hotel in Xin Jiekou , 1983 101
    Figure 5.35 Street pattern of Xin Jiekou102
    Figure 5.36 Building composition of Xin Jiekou104
    Figure 5.37 Public space crowded with bicycle parking in Xin Jiekou104
    Figure 5.38 1ρw provision of public facilities in Xin Jiekou105
    Figure 5.39 Public events in Xin Jiekou105
    Figure 5.40 Proposal for New Jinling Hotel by Atkins 106
    Figure 5.41 The Xin Jiekou Square being dismanùed106
    Figure 6.1 The Yuzhong Peninsula , Chongqing112
    Figure 6.2 The Jie Fangbei CBD , Chongqing112
    Figure 6.3 Fundamental constituent elements of Jie Fangbei CPD and observation sites 114
    Figure 6.4 The Spiritual Fortress , Chongqing , 1940s115
    Figure 6.5 The rebuilt Spiritual F ortress , 1946116
    Figure 6.6 Socialist redevelopment in Jie Fangbei , 1950s-1970s117
    Figure 6.7 Political meetings and parades in Jie Fangbei , 1950s-1970s118
    Figure 6.8 Deteriorated public spaces in JieFangbei , 1970s118
    Figure 6.9 Four building sites120
    Figure 6.10 Chongqing Commerce Mansion121
    Figure 6.11 New Century Mansion122
    Figure 6.12 City of Dainty123
    Figure 6.13 Yangtze Peninsula Mansion124
    Figure 6.14‘Weekend car-free scheme’in Jie Fangbei , 1990s125
    Figure 6.15 The 1997 Pedestrianisation Plan127
    Figure 6.16 The Central Square site129
    Figure 6.17 Physical setting of the Central Square130
    Figure 6.18 Environment-protection event in the Central Square130
    Figure 6.19 Public concert in the Central Square131
    Figure 6.20 New Year count down in the Central Square131
    Figure 6.21 Central Square , between 7 : 30 and 8 : 30 132
    Figure 6.22 Central Square between 9 : 30 and 10: 30 132
    Figure 6.23 Central Square between 13 :30 and 14 :30 133
    Figure 6.24 Central Square between 17: 30 and 18: 30 133
    Figure 6.25 Central Square between 19: 30 and 20: 30 133
    Figure 6.26 The Min Quan Road site134
    Figure 6.27 Physical setting of the Min Quan Road135
    Figure 6.28 Min Quan Road between 7 : 30 and 8 : 30 136
    Figure 6.29 Min Quan Road between 9 : 30 and 10 : 30 136
    Figure 6.30 Min Quan Road between 13: 30 and 14 : 30 136
    Figure 6.31 Min Quan Road between 17 :30 and 18 :30 137
    Figure 6.32 Min Quan Road between 19: 30 and 20 : 30 137
    Figure 6.33 F our building sites140
    Figure 6.34 The Times Square141
    Figure 6.35 The Xin Hua Bookstore142
    Figure 6.36 Physical setting of the Land K.ing Plaza143
    Figure 6.37 Observed activities in the Land King Plaza143
    Figure 6.38 Physical setting of the Metropolitan Plaza144
    Figure 6.39 Observed activities in the Metropolitan Plaza145
    Figure 6.40 Proposal for the new Guo Tai Theatre redevelopment148
    Figure 6.41 Five specific prescriptions for Jie Fangbei CPD149
    Figure 6.42 The Ba Yi Road site151
    Figure 6.43 Physical setting of the Ba Yi Road152
    Figure 6.44 The Ba Yi Road between 7 :30 and 8 :30 152
    Figure 6.45 The Ba Yi Road between 9 :30 and 10 :30 153
    Figure 6.46 The Ba Yi Road between 13 :30 and 14 :30 153
    Figure 6.47 The Ba Yi Road hetween 17 : 30 and 18 : 30 153
    Figure 6.48 The Ba Yi Road hetween 19 :30 and 20 :30 154
    Figure 6.49 The Min Zu Road (northeast end) site154
    Figure 6.50 Physical setting of the Min Zu Road (northeast end)155
    Figure 6.51 The Min Zu Road (northeast end) hetween 7 : 30 and 8 : 30 155
    Figure 6.52 The Min Zu Road ( northeast end) hetween 9 : 30 and 10 : 30 156
    Figure 6.53 The Min Zu Road( northeast end ) hetween 13 :30 and 14 :30 157
    Figure 6.54 The Mi n Zu Road (northeast end) hetween 17 : 30 and 18: 30 157
    Figure 6.55 The Min Zu Road ( no巾east end) hetween 19 :30 and 20 :30 158
    Figure 6.56 Three types of restingl strolling localities in Jie Fangei160
    Figure 6.57 Newspaper hoards gathering the people in Jie Fanghei162
    Figure 6.58 Signs of control and surveillance in Jie Fanghei162
    Figure 6.59 The illegal night market in Jie Fanghei163
    List of tables
    Table5.1 Shop Style(s) and Number(s) ofWang Fujing 86
    Table 5.2 Shop Style(s) and Number(s) of Nanjing Road94
    Table 5.3 Shop Style(s) and Number(s) of Central Street97
    Table 5.4 Shop Style(s) and Number(s) of Xin Jiekou103
    Table 6.1 Economic analyses of CPD Plan126
    Table 6.2 Five principles of 1997 Pedestrianisation Plan127
    Table 6.3 Behaviours that are legally prohibited in Jie Fangbei CPD129
    Table 6.4 Six principles of the Urban Image Design on Yuzhong Peninsula 2002 147
    Table 6.5 Five prescriptions of the Jie Fangbei Urban Design Plan 2004 149
    Table 6.6 Main Shop Style (s) and Number(s) of Jie Fangbei159
    Table 6.7 Public Facility Element(s) and Number(s) of Jie Fangbei161
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