Teaching Research on Urban Landscape Design in Chinese Institutions of Higher Education

Zhongxin LI


As a comprehensive discipline of art and design intersecting crossing multiple disciplines, the urban landscape design in institutions of higher learning is an application discipline integrating art, science, engineering technology and many other disciplines, with main contents covering the art and design of various visual things in cities and spatial organization around cities. The discipline plays a positive role in promoting the improvement of urban environment, maintaining of ecological balance, and assurance of the sound and sustainable development of cities. In addition, the rapid development of information industry brings great changes to the development of teaching research, design ideas, engineering technology and other disciplines related to urban landscape design.


Higher education teaching research; Landscape design; Information industry; Ecological environment

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.hess.1927024020130502.2746


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