2022-12-28作者：Kongjian Yu来源：In The Ideal City: Exploring Urban Futures, Space 10 Gestalten, Pp182-185分享
When Turenscape was approached to help revive a falling wetland at the center of Qunli, a new urban for a water-resilient city district in northern China, the firm's response was to use the project to solve another of the city's problems——namely, Its inability to cope with the stormwater that frequently caused flooding and waterlogging in the summer months. The urban development surrounding the area had cut off the wetland from its water sources,causing the eco-systems to disappear. Turenscape devised a solution
to both problems by surrounding the wetland area with an outer ring ofmounds and ponds, which act as a filtration and cleansing zone for storm-water collected from the urban area. The water can then be stored and released into the wetland as necessary.Taking the project one step further,the architects introduced new ways tobring local residents closer to nature, including building a network of pathss that wind around the ring of ponds and a skywalk that provides stunning views across the open landscape.
文章来源：Kongjian Yu, Qunli Stormwater Park, In The Ideal City: Exploring Urban Futures, Space 10 Gestalten, Pp182-185