5-star public spaces

In the realm of urban planning and community development, the pursuit of excellence has given rise to a rare breed of public spaces – the 5-star destinations that transcend functionality to become vibrant hubs of social, cultural, and recreational. These spaces serve as the beating heart of our communities, fostering connections, promoting well-being, and contributing Read the full article…

CHILD FRIENDLY URBAN DESIGN

BACKGROUD Over the past few centuries, most designers have failed to take children’s needs into consideration. But it is very necessary to build a child-friendly city, which plays a vital role in the healthy development of children. HOW TO ACHIEVE THIS Our cities need to have the following characteristics. Safety Reducing pollution, increasing green space Read the full article…

CHILD FRIENDLY URBAN DESIGN

The Need for Child-Friendly Urban Design Historians often point out that children in the medieval era had almost no childhood, as they were required to work from an early age. However, modern society has gradually shifted its focus towards the education and growth of children, leading to the establishment of the modern education system, including Read the full article…

International Experience in Child Friendly Urban Design

Learning landscapes in Denver, USA

Background of Child Friendly Urban Design In recent decades, we have experienced the rapid growth of cities. But low-quality urban public spaces deprive children of the opportunity to enjoy themselves in the city. In 1996, the United Nations Children’s Fund officially launched “Children’s Friendly Cities Initiative” (CFCI). In fact, there are many countries participating globally. At Read the full article…

FOUR BASIC CONDITIONS FOR CHILDREN FRIENDLY URBAN DESIGN

INTRODUCTION With the development of society, researchers found that more than half of the children in the world are growing up in cities. According to statistics, by 2030, up to 60 percent of the world’s urban population will be under 18 years old. That’s why urban designers began to explore child-friendly cities. But to become a Read the full article…

Creating Playful Space for Vertical Living Children in Compact Cities

According to the forecast by United Nations, 60 percent of the global children will reside in urban environment by 2025. Addressing children’s needs in high density areas is not only important for the development of children’s physical and emotional growth, but also retaining families with children to ensure the inclusiveness of compact cities. Child-friendly city Read the full article…