Research on the renewal of architectural landscape and public cognition in LianBaoLi Historical and cultural block in Wuhan

Authors

  • Yue Sun
  • Yixuan Fan

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54691/bcpssh.v20i.2335

Keywords:

LianBaoLi Historical and cultural district; historical and Cultural District Renewal; public awareness.

Abstract

As an important part of the city's cultural heritage, historical and cultural blocks have witnessed the city's historical changes, leaving many valuable natural and human resources. However, after many years of baptism, historical and cultural blocks, now the destruction of buildings and cultural relics, poor living environment, frequent population flow, these are obviously not in line with the modern city, the direction of urban development. In order to promote the revival of historical and cultural blocks, it is imperative to renovate the blocks, which is also an inevitable measure under the background of urban renewal. LianBaoLi Historic and cultural district, as the root of Wuhan City and the source of its history, is one of the outstanding historic buildings in Wuhan. Its renewal is conducive to the spread of Wuhan's historical and architectural culture, to drive high-quality development in Wuhan. In addition, the public is the main body of the renewal of the historical and cultural blocks, studying their awareness of the renewal of the historical and cultural blocks in LianBaoLi , to measure the effect of the implementation of the block renewal policy, to identify whether there is any deviation between the public cognition and the cognition of the public policy makers, and to provide some solutions for the sustainable development of the historical and cultural block in LianBaoLi ,to add to Wuhan's urban fabric.

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Published

2022-10-18

How to Cite

Sun, Y., & Fan, Y. (2022). Research on the renewal of architectural landscape and public cognition in LianBaoLi Historical and cultural block in Wuhan. BCP Social Sciences & Humanities, 20, 311-316. https://doi.org/10.54691/bcpssh.v20i.2335