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Towards a Landscape based Regional Design Approach for Adaptive Transformation. / Nijhuis, Steffen; Xiong, Liang; Cannatella, Daniele.

In: Landscape Architecture (Fengjing Yuanlin), Vol. 26, No. 9, 2019, p. 8-22.

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@article{30812cae7f03412eb6f70939da58f4b2,
title = "Towards a Landscape based Regional Design Approach for Adaptive Transformation",
abstract = "Deltaic areas are among the most promising regions in the world. Their strategic location, combined with the superior quality of their soils, constitute the main factors that have been supporting both human development and the rise of these regions as global economic hubs. At the same time, however, deltas face extreme vulnerability due to multiple threats related to both climate change and urbanization. These threats include an increasing amount of flood risk, combined with the loss of ecological and social-cultural values as a result. The urbanization of deltas can be understood as a set of complex social-ecological systems (and subsystems), each with its own dynamics and speed of change. To ensure a more sustainable future for these areas, spatial strategies that strengthen resilience are needed that can assist the systems to not only cope with their vulnerabilities, but also to strengthen their capacity to face natural and artificial threats. Therefore, this article elaborates a landscape based regional design approach for an adaptive urban transformation in urbanizing deltas, using the Pearl River Delta as a case study. Based on an assessment of the dynamics of change regarding the transformational cycles of natural and urban landscape elements, eco-dynamic regional design strategies are explored in order to provide more opportunities for natural and social-cultural aspects within the processes of urban development. Furthermore, adaptive transformational perspectives are identified to ensure water safety and inclusive socio-ecological design.针对气候变化和城市化对富饶的三角洲地区带来的洪涝风险、生态、社会—文化价值流失等威胁,提出将三角洲城市化进程视为一系列具有独立动态特征和速率变化的复杂社会—生态系统(子系统),急需为保障该类型区域的可持续发展提供空间战略,以协助修复系统漏洞并增强应对自然和人工威胁的能力,以珠江三角洲为例,针对城市化进程中三角洲区域的适应性城市转型,提出基于景观的区域设计方法。通过对自然和城市景观要素转型性循环的各类动态变化进行评估,得到生态动力型区域设计战略,为城市化进程中的自然和社会—文化发展提供更多机遇。提出保障水安全和全纳性社会—生态设计的适应性转型视角。",
keywords = "Landscape architecture, Resilient urban planning and management, regional landscape design, water sensitive design, transformation perspective, Adaptive urban planning, Pearl River Delta, 风景园林, 韧性城市规划及管理, 区域景观设计, 水敏性设计, 转型视角, 适应性城市规划, 珠江三角洲",
author = "Steffen Nijhuis and Liang Xiong and Daniele Cannatella",
note = "Green Open Access added to TU Delft Institutional Repository ‘You share, we take care!’ – Taverne project https://www.openaccess.nl/en/you-share-we-take-care Otherwise as indicated in the copyright section: the publisher is the copyright holder of this work and the author uses the Dutch legislation to make this work public.",
year = "2019",
doi = "10.14085/j.fjyl.2019.09.0008.15",
language = "Multiple languages",
volume = "26",
pages = "8--22",
journal = "Landscape Architecture (Fengjing Yuanlin)",
issn = "1673-1530",
number = "9",

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TY - JOUR

T1 - Towards a Landscape based Regional Design Approach for Adaptive Transformation

AU - Nijhuis, Steffen

AU - Xiong, Liang

AU - Cannatella, Daniele

N1 - Green Open Access added to TU Delft Institutional Repository ‘You share, we take care!’ – Taverne project https://www.openaccess.nl/en/you-share-we-take-care Otherwise as indicated in the copyright section: the publisher is the copyright holder of this work and the author uses the Dutch legislation to make this work public.

PY - 2019

Y1 - 2019

N2 - Deltaic areas are among the most promising regions in the world. Their strategic location, combined with the superior quality of their soils, constitute the main factors that have been supporting both human development and the rise of these regions as global economic hubs. At the same time, however, deltas face extreme vulnerability due to multiple threats related to both climate change and urbanization. These threats include an increasing amount of flood risk, combined with the loss of ecological and social-cultural values as a result. The urbanization of deltas can be understood as a set of complex social-ecological systems (and subsystems), each with its own dynamics and speed of change. To ensure a more sustainable future for these areas, spatial strategies that strengthen resilience are needed that can assist the systems to not only cope with their vulnerabilities, but also to strengthen their capacity to face natural and artificial threats. Therefore, this article elaborates a landscape based regional design approach for an adaptive urban transformation in urbanizing deltas, using the Pearl River Delta as a case study. Based on an assessment of the dynamics of change regarding the transformational cycles of natural and urban landscape elements, eco-dynamic regional design strategies are explored in order to provide more opportunities for natural and social-cultural aspects within the processes of urban development. Furthermore, adaptive transformational perspectives are identified to ensure water safety and inclusive socio-ecological design.针对气候变化和城市化对富饶的三角洲地区带来的洪涝风险、生态、社会—文化价值流失等威胁,提出将三角洲城市化进程视为一系列具有独立动态特征和速率变化的复杂社会—生态系统(子系统),急需为保障该类型区域的可持续发展提供空间战略,以协助修复系统漏洞并增强应对自然和人工威胁的能力,以珠江三角洲为例,针对城市化进程中三角洲区域的适应性城市转型,提出基于景观的区域设计方法。通过对自然和城市景观要素转型性循环的各类动态变化进行评估,得到生态动力型区域设计战略,为城市化进程中的自然和社会—文化发展提供更多机遇。提出保障水安全和全纳性社会—生态设计的适应性转型视角。

AB - Deltaic areas are among the most promising regions in the world. Their strategic location, combined with the superior quality of their soils, constitute the main factors that have been supporting both human development and the rise of these regions as global economic hubs. At the same time, however, deltas face extreme vulnerability due to multiple threats related to both climate change and urbanization. These threats include an increasing amount of flood risk, combined with the loss of ecological and social-cultural values as a result. The urbanization of deltas can be understood as a set of complex social-ecological systems (and subsystems), each with its own dynamics and speed of change. To ensure a more sustainable future for these areas, spatial strategies that strengthen resilience are needed that can assist the systems to not only cope with their vulnerabilities, but also to strengthen their capacity to face natural and artificial threats. Therefore, this article elaborates a landscape based regional design approach for an adaptive urban transformation in urbanizing deltas, using the Pearl River Delta as a case study. Based on an assessment of the dynamics of change regarding the transformational cycles of natural and urban landscape elements, eco-dynamic regional design strategies are explored in order to provide more opportunities for natural and social-cultural aspects within the processes of urban development. Furthermore, adaptive transformational perspectives are identified to ensure water safety and inclusive socio-ecological design.针对气候变化和城市化对富饶的三角洲地区带来的洪涝风险、生态、社会—文化价值流失等威胁,提出将三角洲城市化进程视为一系列具有独立动态特征和速率变化的复杂社会—生态系统(子系统),急需为保障该类型区域的可持续发展提供空间战略,以协助修复系统漏洞并增强应对自然和人工威胁的能力,以珠江三角洲为例,针对城市化进程中三角洲区域的适应性城市转型,提出基于景观的区域设计方法。通过对自然和城市景观要素转型性循环的各类动态变化进行评估,得到生态动力型区域设计战略,为城市化进程中的自然和社会—文化发展提供更多机遇。提出保障水安全和全纳性社会—生态设计的适应性转型视角。

KW - Landscape architecture

KW - Resilient urban planning and management

KW - regional landscape design

KW - water sensitive design

KW - transformation perspective

KW - Adaptive urban planning

KW - Pearl River Delta

KW - 风景园林

KW - 韧性城市规划及管理

KW - 区域景观设计

KW - 水敏性设计

KW - 转型视角

KW - 适应性城市规划

KW - 珠江三角洲

U2 - 10.14085/j.fjyl.2019.09.0008.15

DO - 10.14085/j.fjyl.2019.09.0008.15

M3 - Special issue

VL - 26

SP - 8

EP - 22

JO - Landscape Architecture (Fengjing Yuanlin)

T2 - Landscape Architecture (Fengjing Yuanlin)

JF - Landscape Architecture (Fengjing Yuanlin)

SN - 1673-1530

IS - 9

ER -

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