Hybrid Modernity: The Public Park in Late 20th Century China [Kõva köide]

  • Formaat: Hardback, 230 pages, kõrgus x laius: 246x174 mm, kaal: 610 g, 27 Line drawings, black and white; 60 Halftones, black and white; 4 Tables, black and white; 120 Illustrations, black and white
  • Sari: Ashgate Studies in Architecture
  • Ilmumisaeg: 27-Jul-2020
  • Kirjastus: Routledge
  • ISBN-10: 1472445678
  • ISBN-13: 9781472445674
  • Formaat: Hardback, 230 pages, kõrgus x laius: 246x174 mm, kaal: 610 g, 27 Line drawings, black and white; 60 Halftones, black and white; 4 Tables, black and white; 120 Illustrations, black and white
  • Sari: Ashgate Studies in Architecture
  • Ilmumisaeg: 27-Jul-2020
  • Kirjastus: Routledge
  • ISBN-10: 1472445678
  • ISBN-13: 9781472445674
This book provides a detailed historical and design analysis of the development of parks and modern landscape architecture in late 20th century China. It questions whether the fusion of international influences with the local Chinese design vocabulary in late 20th century China has created a distinctive and novel approach to the design of public parks. Hybrid Modernity proposes a new theory for examining the design of public parks built in post-Mao China since the reforms and sets the various processes for China's late 20th century socio-cultural context. Drawing on modernization theory, research on China's modernity, local and global cultural trends, it illustrates through a range of case studies ways hybrid modernity defines a new design genre and language for the spatial forms of parks that emerged in China's secondary cities. Featured case studies include the Living Water Park in Chengdu, Sichuan province, Zhongshan Shipyard Park in Guangdong Province, Jinji Lake Landscape Master Plan in Suzhou, Jiangsu province, and the West Lake Southern Scenic Area Master Plan in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province. This book argues that these forms represent a new stage in China's history of landscape architecture. The work reveals that as a new profession, landscape architecture has greatly contributed to China's massive urban experiment. This book is an ideal read for students enrolled in landscape architecture, architecture, fine arts and urban planning programs who are engaged in learning the arts and international design education.

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"Mary Padua has authoritatively chronicled the growth of the landscape architecture profession in China over several decades. This volume frames recent landscapes within a framework of China's rich legacy of gardens and cultural landscapes. Eminently, it collects her valuable insights on seminal projects and persons who have shaped landscape investigations of China's rich history, culture, and ecology within the context of globalization, urbanization, and international design. Ron Henderson, Director of the Landscape Architecture and Urbanism Program at Illinois Institute of Technology "A plethora of scholarship on China's urban architecture and built environment has charted the heat of the nation's urban construction since Deng's reforms opened it to the world. Dr. Mary Padua's book supplements this work with her in-depth investigation of public parks in China's late 20th century. The arts and garden tradition since its ancient beginnings, Zhongshan lexicon for the modern park and nation-building in the Republic period, places for workers in Mao's era and international influences all pave the way to the public park in post-Mao China - an epochal quest for modern urban life. Rather than examining China's major cities like Beijing and Shanghai, the author keenly focuses on cases in the secondary cities, places of innovation and potential for China's hopes in the years ahead." Dr. Charlie Xue, author of Building a Revolution: Chinese architecture since 1980, A history of design institutes in China: from Mao to market and Grand theater urbanism - Chinese cities in the 21st century. "Hybrid Modernity imparts valuable insights on the creation of urban public parks in late 20th Century China and envisions new directions emerging in the 21st Century. Offering a new theoretical framework, Padua's perceptive analyses confirm the innovative contributions of major park development projects and their impact on shaping public urban spaces in China's rapidly developing cities." Linda Corkery, Professor of Landscape Architecture, UNSW Sydney, Australia

Table of Contents Preface List of Figures and Tables 1 Introducing Hybrid Modernity Post-Mao transformations: framing hybrid modernity China's physical setting and settlement patterns Book scope and structure 2 Navigating Modern(s) and the Park in modern China Modernization: social construction and nation-building Modernity, Globalization and Identity Hybrid modernization: expanding modernization theory and alternative modernities Re-visiting Modernism (international) genre Modernism in Architecture and Landscape Architecture Modernity in China China's early modernity and westernization Forced (Colonial) Modernity The Public Park, Republican modernity (1912-1949) and nation-building Mao's Modernity: 1949 - 1976 Summarizing China's modern experience 3 Pre-Modern China: Nature, Cosmology, Mythology and the Chinese Picturesque Nature, Cosmology, Mythology and Folklore Brief History of China's designed landscapes Interpreting garden-making throughout pre-modern China Chinese Picturesque Garden Design Language 4 Looking "Inside" and "Outside" post-Mao China A Glance back at the Arts and Culture in the Mao era Inside Post-Mao China Post-Mao art trends Trends in post-Mao China's Built Environment Post-Mao Landscape Architecture: foundations of professional practice and education Landscape Architecture "Outside" post-Mao China 5 Revealing late 20th century Hybrid Modernity: four purpose-built parks Case Study One: Living Water Park, Huoshui Gongyuan, Chengdu, Sichuan Chengdu context Project inception Design Realization Hybrid Modern synthesis Case Study Two: Zhongshan Shipyard Park, Zhongshan Shiqi Jiang Gongyuan, Zhongshan, Guangdong Zhongshan context Project Inception Design realization Hybrid Modern synthesis Case Study Three: Jinji Lake Landscape Master Plan, Jinji Hu Jingguan Zongti Guihua Suzhou, Jiangsu Suzhou context Project Inception Project realization Hybrid Modern synthesis Case Study Four: West Lake Southern Scenic Area Master Plan, Xihu Huanhu Nanxian Jingqu Zongti, Hangzhou, Zhejiang West Lake, Hangzhou context Project Inception Project Realization SSA Experience Hybrid Modern synthesis Four public parks - the schema for post-Mao China's hybrid modernity 6 Transforming from 'Hybrid' to 'Ecological' Modernization in China's 21st century Four case study parks and trends in the host cities Top-Down China + Five-Year-Plan = Green Revolution and Ecological Modernization China's Sponge City program and contribution to international "green" urbanism Revolutionary Praxis, Trends and Beautiful China Index
Mary G. Padua, PhD, RLA, is an internationally recognized educator, thought leader, contemporary theorist and artist. Her research focuses on socio-cultural phenomena, human-centered design and the meaning of public space. She is one of the first English language writers on post-Mao designed landscapes and the discipline of landscape architecture as contributing agents to China's late 20th century urban experiment. She maintains MGP Studio, a critically minded practice rooted in craft, equity, inclusion and restorative experiences, and teaches at Clemson University's School of Architecture.

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