Streetscape Enhancement on Jimsar Road
As one of the major arterial roads in the city, Culture Road should be spacious and permeable, highlighting the cultural characteristics of the city. The existing street space lacks pavement division and parking system planning, which makes the street space lack the distinction between dynamic and static areas and lacks security and rationality. The existing trees are too dense, destroying the permeability of the urban space, and should be transplanted accordingly. The building style transformation reflects the style of imitation Tang architecture, unifying the building form, with the unification of elements such as roofs, shop signs, plaques, doors and windows, running through the whole building, making the whole street image neat and tidy; the road landscape transformation and upgrading retains the original street trees, adding colourful leafy trees in key sections, combing the relationship between shrubs and ground cover, making them neat and orderly column sense and energetic; at the same time, reasonably allocating urban The furniture reflects the humanistic care of the city. The overall street style shows the new image of "Tang style and ancient charm; happy and livable", highlighting the connotation of the culture of Beiting, comprehensively improving the quality of the streets of Culture Road and enhancing the sense of happiness and access of the people of Jimsar.
Jimsar, carrying memories of the prosperity of the Silk Road, is based on this work, which adopts a situational and symbolic artistic approach, with interconnection, economic integration and national unity as its theme, and uses cast copper and stone carving materials to reflect the sense of vicissitudes and heaviness of history. The use of weathering texture, reflecting the age of the silver traces and snow ramming technology, the same set of Changdianhua tiles, building components, Kaiyuan Turbao and other legal site traces, combined with the Gobi camel relief, as if flipping through history, slowly unfold a hefty historical scroll, which is tracked in Jimsar's unique Silk Road imprint. The work is placed in the cultural and sports activity centre area, echoing the North Court garden clarity and the cultural cavity.
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