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Although a small number of countries have created policies and strategies to increase opportunities for people to visit natural spaces, these tend to be at a macro, national level rather than considering in detail biophilic design, as in design for the love and appreciation of nature, at a local and neighbourhood level (Mell 2017; Ten Brink et al., 2016). This is a vital component, when considered in the context of the fundamental disconnection to nature that is occurring for so many who join the continuing migration pattern from the rural to the urban (Soga and Gaston 2016).
Within this context, this paper uses the small urban pocket parks in Hong Kong as a testing ground, assessed using predictive Artificial Intelligence (AI) as a methodology to assess and understand the extent to which the character of these spaces may influence a better connection to nature within urban areas.
|Title of host publication||The Evolving Scholar, IFoU 14th Edition|
|Publication status||Published - 22 Nov 2022|
|Event||International Forum on Urbanism [IFoU] - |
Duration: 1 Jan 2017 → …
|Conference||International Forum on Urbanism [IFoU]|
|Period||1/01/17 → …|
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