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A Study on the Play Space of Residential Complexes for Children in Hefei, China
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  • Journal title : Architectural research
  • Volume 14, Issue 2,  2012, pp.57-65
  • Publisher : Architectural Institute of Korea
  • DOI : 10.5659/AIKAR.2012.14.2.57
 Title & Authors
A Study on the Play Space of Residential Complexes for Children in Hefei, China
Lee, Keon-Ha; Kim, Young-Eun;
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 Abstract
This study was focused on the new town residential complex in suburban Hefei, China, which was carried out a survey on the present conditions of children`s play space. The residential complexes and play spaces in Hefei, regardless of installation, the standards for the installation of play facilities were not provided legally, and the types of installation of the play facilities also were not standardized. For the play space in residential complexes in China to carry out original functions under the condition and become a place of everybody`s activities not just for children, the following should be improved:(1) There is no provision and standard for the size of play space, so the standards for installation of play space with safety like Korea, Japan and the US are necessary. (2) The location of the play space should be able to guarantee maximum play activities to children, and the independence of the space should be secured by putting it in a place far from a footpath or pass way. (3) Since children`s play space has different properties from those of green space and resting spaces, separate environmental planning is necessary.
 Keywords
Play Space;Playground;Hefei;Residential Complexes;Children;
 Language
English
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