Research on External Space Design of Green University Campus in Lingnan Area Based on Climate Suitability

Wei Hu(School of architecture, south China university of technology, Guangzhou, 510641, China)

Abstract


With the rapid development of society and the continuous improvement of living standards, ecological environment and energy problems are becoming increasingly prominent, and university campuses are also facing many environmental problems. However, the green concept was not considered in the initial design of many university campuses, which resulted in the inability to effectively solve the environmental problems in the later stage. Campus external space design is an important part of campus design. The purpose of this study is to introduce the green concept into this link, implant "passive energy conservation" from the design source, and carry out climate adaptability design for green university campus. Green university campus in Lingnan area is explored at the level of urban design to achieve the optimization possibility of external space design strategy. Through the comparative study of the microclimate in the square, the courtyard and the street, the outer space of the university campus in Lingnan area is analyzed and sorted out to get a universal spatial prototype. Based on the advantages of traditional buildings in Lingnan, this paper deals with the hot climate in Lingnan by means of shading, heat insulation, ventilation and cooling.


Keywords


Lingnan area; Climate adaptability; Green university; Urban design; External space; Form coefficient

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.30564/jaeser.v2i2.915

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