MOVE ON WITH WIND
-Exploring a new living mode in the public space from the perspective of urban scale ventilation design under the pandemic situation.
The master thesis revolves around urban public space in the post-epidemic. The sudden pandemic has undoubtedly changed the original life track of everyone. In the more than one year since the initial outbreak of the virus, a lot of resources have been put in emergency medical treatment and vaccine development, and some results have been achieved. However, the worldwide epidemic situation shows that in the foreseeable future, we will have to coexist with the virus. It is true that many activities have been switched to remote mode, but a certain number of daily agendas still need to be carried out physically. So, what kind of public space do we need in the urban area under the pandemic situation. This thesis explores this issue from the perspective of urban-scale ventilation design.
- If a certain amount of daily agendas still need to be carried out physically under pandemic context, what kind of activity space do we need in the urban public space?
- Is it possible to form a activity space from the perspective of urban scale ventilation design to respond to pandemic situation?
- Theoretical framework
2. Intervention research
3. Virtual context experiment
4. Context analysis
5. Design strategy
The following pages are the local part of the content, for detailed information please visit the complete booklet