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Suburbanization under China's Special Urban-Rural Relationship—— a case study of Shaoxing

Yixuan Wang

Suburbanization under China's Special Urban-Rural Relationship—— a case study of Shaoxing.

Rel. Michele Bonino, Camilla Forina. Politecnico di Torino, UNSPECIFIED, 2022

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Design and ResearcThe study will start with two parts. Theoretical foundations of suburbia. Sub-urbanisation is a widespread and pervasive urban development issue today. Although its definition is not identical in different cultural contexts, it all points to a broad urbanisation problem. With the gradual development of suburbanisation, the distinction between the suburban definition and the city is gradually blurred and a new concept is formed. In the face of this trend, it is necessary for us to explore and expand on the basis of the theory of suburbanisation and enrich its connotation. The concept of suburbs in Shaoxing is of great importance, as Zhejiang province is a very developed region in China, especially in the northern part of the country where the cities on the southern shore of Hangzhou Bay are very rich and where urban development has reached a very high level and the suburbs have entered a new stage of development. Suburbs of the Shaoxing area In Shaoxing, suburbs exist in a variety of forms, from satellite towns to functional settlements, as well as development zones, innovative industrial parks, and industrial parks formed by giant corporate investments, which are unique to China. The economic development of the Shaoxing region has been very prosperous in recent years, with a comprehensive range of industries, and the scope of urban design has expanded to include the countryside and the natural landscape, especially in the main urban areas of Shaoxing, as well as in Keqiao and Zhuji. In conjunction with the special national policy for Zhejiang Province: a pilot province for common prosperity. There is therefore a strong incentive to explore the suburbs in this area. At the same time, the entire north-eastern part of Zhejiang Province has a special settlement landscape - the polder fields. It can be said that the suburbs of this region have a great variety of opportunities and possibilities. The information and data collected is then used as a theoretical basis for a village design.h Papers on Urbanization and Urban Renewal

Relators: Michele Bonino, Camilla Forina
Academic year: 2022/23
Publication type: Electronic
Number of Pages: 51
Corso di laurea: UNSPECIFIED
Classe di laurea: New organization > Master science > LM-04 - ARCHITECTURE AND ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING
Aziende collaboratrici: Politecnico di Torino - China Room
URI: http://webthesis.biblio.polito.it/id/eprint/25821
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