EXCHANGE Volume 02, No. 1, 2024, pp. 152-156


Urban Gadern for Green City: Comparison and Inspiration—Based on Asia, Europe and South America Cases

Abstract: The design of urban gardens is of great significance for the construction of green cities. This article uses case analysis to compare the characteristics and advantages of typical green gardens in Asia (China and Japan), Europe (France), and South America (Australia) from four perspectives: culture and religion, vegetation characteristics, aesthetic elements, and funding. Based on the advantages and characteristics of green gardens in various regions, combined with current technological elements, propose some inspiring suggestions, including green roof technology application, environmentally friendly materials usage and community participation in garden maintenance. This article provides a broader perspective on the factors considered in urban garden design (green plants, garden routes, and small element planning) for different countries from the perspective of regional and cultural competitive advantages. Combined with specific cases, it provides a more detailed analysis perspective for carbon neutrality and sustainable development under the empowerment of technology in the 21st century.

Keywords: Green city; green gargen; case analysis; building design; carbon neutrality.