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Landsc. Archit. Front.    2019, Vol. 7 Issue (4) : 104-113     https://doi.org/10.15302/J-LAF-1-040005
THEMATIC PRACTICES
STUDY ON Water-City Pattern strategies of ShenShan Special Cooperation Zone, China with Sponge City Construction at the Watershed Scale
Yi LI1(), Fei XUE2, Ruiying JING3, Yan WANG4, Jian WANG5
1. Manager of Research and Development Center, and Engineer of Shenzhen Water Planning and Design Institute Co., Ltd.
2. Executive Director of Research and Development Center, and Senior Engineer of Shenzhen Water Planning and Design Institute Co., Ltd.
3. Researcher of Research and Development Center, and Engineer of Shenzhen Water Planning and Design Institute Co., Ltd.
4. Chief Planner and Professorate Senior Engineer of Shenzhen Water Planning and Design Institute Co., Ltd.
5. Deputy General Manager and Professorate Senior Engineer of Shenzhen Water Planning and Design Institute Co., Ltd.
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Abstract

This article focuses on the water-city pattern development in the ShenShan Special Cooperation Zone in China and discusses the watershed-based sponge city construction strategy. Specific to the challenges of the zone, this study attempts to establish the correspondence between watershed spatial construction and the control indicators of sponge city, providing rigid norms for future urban development to ensure the safety and health of the whole watershed. At a practical level, three strategies of water-city pattern construction are proposed in aspects of 1) sponge system layout, to increase the proportion of the ecological resources across the watershed by a high-level ecosystem conservation; 2) urban waterway planning, to protect the zone from floods by increasing the water network density as well as introducing infrastructures for flood storage and discharge; and 3) land development mode, to regulate resources to achieve balanced land development by dividing the zone into many “islands,” taking full advantage of flood plains, reserving the lakes and reservoirs, and introduce more ponds. As the zone is going to start high-speed development, this article studies strategies of the water-city pattern construction and discusses the innovation methods of promoting sustainable development with sponge city construction at the watershed scale.

Keywords Watershed      Sponge City Construction      ShenShan Special Cooperation Zone      Water-City Pattern      Flood Control     
Corresponding Authors: Yi LI   
Issue Date: 23 September 2019
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Yi LI,Fei XUE,Ruiying JING, et al. STUDY ON Water-City Pattern strategies of ShenShan Special Cooperation Zone, China with Sponge City Construction at the Watershed Scale[J]. Landsc. Archit. Front., 2019, 7(4): 104-113.
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http://journal.hep.com.cn/laf/EN/Y2019/V7/I4/104
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