Research on the Design of Public Space in Post-Epidemic Era Settlements based on the Theory of Daily Life
Keywords:Post-epidemic Era; Theory of Daily Life; Design of Public Space in Settlements; Combination of Flat and Epidemic.
Based on the theory of daily life, this paper presents the new demands of people for the functions and patterns of settlements in the post-epidemic era, and analyzes and summarizes the corresponding design strategies to be applied to the design of public space in post-epidemic settlements. The paper analyzes the existing problems of settlement design, and considers the research to explore the design mode of combined flat and epidemic settlement and harmonious neighborhood interaction, so as to meet the material and spiritual needs of people for post-epidemic living.
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