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Duoba Huangshui River Park Landscape Concept Plan

With the theme ‘Huangshui Wetland, Urban Oasis’, this project develops a comprehensive river park in Duoba. The project combines the characteristics of the regional ecological belt, eco-security buffer zone, local cultural, historical and recreational corridor, and urban façade for Duoba New Town. The planning strategies focus on repairing river ecology by creating diverse river habitats and a natural river landscape. At the same time, these spatial interventions follow the ‘Space for the River’ approach to enhance flood safety in a more resilient and environmentally friendly way than traditional concrete dikes. The proposal integrates the unique local characteristics of plateau climate, land form, and cultural diversity to form a strong local cultural identity. The project improves urban and rural spatial quality by reorganizing public space, riverfronts, and eco-friendly slow traffic systems. The Duoba River Park Plan contributes to the new town’s long-term development in the river landscape and integrated urban environment.

Haidong Huangshui River Basin Ecological Landscape Concept Master Plan

The project formulates an innovative direction and methodology for the ecological urban development in Haidong.

In order to build Haidong as the ‘green valley’ in Huangshui River region, the project proposes multiple strategies with the concepts of ‘green river’, ‘green mountain’ and ‘green city’. The strategy will remediate the Huangshui River’s ecological condition, enhance the urban spatial quality, and stimulate economic development.

The project has seven main challenges: regional ecological system recovery, flooding and river ecology, drought and water harvesting, soil erosion, sand sedimentation and mud slide prevention, urban bicycle route implementation as slow traffic system, and recreational uses in an urban landscape.

The project provides specific strategies for each challenge, and delivers a comprehensive vision for Haidong’s ecological safety grid. The grid consists of a river ecological belt, north-south mountain ecological buffer zone, mountain-edge ecological transition zone, and urban green infrastructure network. Additionally, the project explores practical interventions targeting each challenge and provides policy-making frameworks.