On Orientation of Contemporary Value of Design Logic About Urban Residential Space in China



Contemporary design logic of urban residential space should reveal not only relationship between human being and the specific materials or events around resident behavior which is maybe obvious or hidden, but also business value in the market operation. This paper analyzes ways of the organization of functions to provide effective services and landscape narrative in the design of contemporary urban residential space in China, viewing from the perspective of “reasonable theory”, “economics” and “design aesthetic”, based by relevant cases. At last, we can put forward the determinism of scarce resources in contemporary logic of urban resident space design.


Residential space; Design logic; Contemporary value

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x


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