The rapid emergence of the COVID-19 epidemic has prompted a reevaluation of the current physical space environment. After the pandemic, the fragmented rural tourist era has returned, and new ideas for the development of public space in traditional villages have emerged, with resilient designs for rural public space planning and design taking into account disaster conditions.
This study examines the link between the idea of resilience and the public space of traditional villages, the present application of the concept of resilience in their spaces, and the features of shifting spatial demands during an epidemic.
This article provides techniques for maximizing and enhancing resilience at three levels: responding to the catastrophe, adjusting to the disaster, and seeking development in the epidemic, to reshape the public space in traditional communities. Cuanxia Village in west Beijing is utilized as a practical object for the application of empirical evidence in order to increase the resilience of village public space and the catastrophe adaption and response capabilities of traditional villages.
This research proposes a public space design method that integrates with normalized epidemics, enhances the catastrophe response and recovery capacities of conventional rural public spaces, and makes an essential multidisciplinary theoretical contribution.
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