Study on Campus Landscape Micro-Renewal Design under Sustainable Design Theory: The Hainan University Youth Memory Square Renovation Project

Authors

  • Yawen Liang

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54097/1tfhmh86

Keywords:

Sustainable Design, Campus Landscape, Micro-renewal

Abstract

With the rise of global sustainable development, sustainable design theory is increasingly applied to landscape design. Campus landscape micro-renewal is closely tied to sustainable design. As important places for teachers and students to work and study, campuses require thoughtful landscape micro-renewal design based on sustainable design theory. This paper uses sustainable design theory to study campus landscape micro-renewal design, focusing on three main aspects: First, it analyzes the policy and industry background of sustainable design theory to clarify the needs for campus landscape renewal. Second, it examines the connotation of sustainable design theory and micro-renewal design theory, elucidating their application methods and strategies in campus landscape micro-renewal. Third, it discusses the practical application of sustainable design theory in campus landscape micro-renewal, proposing design strategies based on specific project conditions. The case study of the Youth Memory Square at Hainan University aims to further promote sustainable campus development and provide design ideas for future campus landscape micro-renewal projects.

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References

Xue Shengjian, Xue Shenghui. "Research on the Construction of Aesthetics under the Concept of Sustainable Design." Design, 2018, (15): 84-86.

Zhang Yanyan. "Research on Micro-Renewal Design Strategy for Urban Old Communities." Design, 2023, 8(3): 1366-1371.

Zhang Ziyu. "Landscape Design Methods and Research on University Campus." Chang'an University, 2019.

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Published

26-06-2024

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How to Cite

Liang, Y. (2024). Study on Campus Landscape Micro-Renewal Design under Sustainable Design Theory: The Hainan University Youth Memory Square Renovation Project. Highlights in Art and Design, 6(2), 35-37. https://doi.org/10.54097/1tfhmh86