Research on Design Strategies of the Commercial Pedestrian Street in Summer-Hot and Winter-Cold Area

Feng YUAN, Lu XIAO

Abstract


This article proposes that street direction, H/W ratio and landscape greening design are the three important reference indexes for the comfort level of the commercial pedestrian street through case study of commercial pedestrian streets in areas where it is hot in summer-hot  and winter-cold  areas. The article also proposes strategic recommendations regarding the design of these reference indexes in this area to provide a valuable reference for the creation of comfortable and humane commercial pedestrian streets. 


Keywords


In summer-hot and winter-cold areas; Commercial pedestrian street; Wuhan; strategies

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2F4877

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