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Title: Study on the Consolidation of Residential Environments Using Natural Land System
Authors: YAMAMOTO, Satoshi
ABE, Daishu
MASUDA, Noboru
Issue Date: 31-Mar-1996
Publisher: University of Osaka Prefecture
Citation: Bulletin of the University of Osaka Prefecture. Ser. B, Agriculture and life sciences. 1996, 48, p.99-108
Abstract: This study was designed to identify future issues and courses of action in the consolidation of residential enviroments by comparing residential areas developed using natural land system and those developed not using this system, from the point of view of access to greenery, scenic value, exterior mobility and organizing community. While the study showed that residential areas consolidated using natural land system exhibited superior abundance of greenery, had a more natural appearance, heightened the perception of seasonal change, possessed more scenic diversity and changeability, offered more pleasant views, had easier to understand layouts, and exhibited better community formation through shared maintenance activities, it also exposed the existence of faults such as a cramped sensation caused by complicated topography, danger of crime produced by blind spots, steep slopes restricting movement, lack of exterior mobility, insect pests such as mosquitoes, and a sense of disorderliness. Regarding future issues and courses of action, the study showed that it is extremely important to provide a network of access roads to counter lack of exterior mobility due to remaining undeveloped greenery, and to establish a system for maintaining undeveloped greenery.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10466/2805
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