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Toosi-Ardakani A, Lak A. A Conceptual Framework for Sustainable Urban Regeneration through Green Network in Urban- Rural Contexts. Urban Design Discourse
a Review of Contemporary Litreatures and Theories 2020; 1 (1) :19-28
URL: http://udd.modares.ac.ir/article-40-34561-en.html
1- Urban Planning & Design Department, Architecture & Urban Planning Faculty, Shahid Beheshti University (SBU), Tehran, Iran , a_toussie@yahoo.com
2- Urban Planning & Design Department, Architecture & Urban Planning Faculty, Shahid Beheshti University (SBU), Tehran, Iran
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According to the development of Tehran and the joint of many rural contexts surrounding it, urban-rural contexts with special ecological and social conditions constitute a major part of Tehran. While the ecological and social qualities of these contexts are exposed to destruction, on the other hand, urban facilities and services are not properly received. The dominance of ecological, physical, social, and economic problems in these contexts requires the comprehensive plan to sustainable urban regeneration. This study aims to formulate the conceptual framework for sustainable urban regeneration in order to improve the quality of life and solving (social, economic, and environmental) problems in these contexts. Also, in order to make an equilibrium between development and environmental conservation and attention to the ecological nature of urban-rural contexts, the green network approach has been chosen to formulate the conceptual framework. This study is based on library studies, through qualitative content analysis on sustainable urban regeneration and green network, sustainable urban regeneration goals and green network design policies have been extracted. In conceptual framework, green network has been used as tools to create identity and sense of place, local economy, linkage and connections, multiple functions, placemaking and spatial arrangement of public and green space, climate compatible development, ecological integrity for landscape, compatible design with environment in multi-level of urban, neighborhood, green network and components of green network.
 
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Article Type: Original Research | Subject: Environment and Urban Climate
Received: 2019/07/7 | Accepted: 2019/11/3 | Published: 2020/03/15

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