A Study on Future Community Landscape Design Under the Background of COVID-19


This paper explores innovative design methods for community landscape design in the context of COVID-19, using case studies and interviews as the primary research methods. With a focus on designing public facilities that contribute to the safety and health of communities and cities, the paper examines how landscape design can play an active role in revitalizing older communities and contribute to the overall sustainable development of urban areas. While rapid urbanization has brought about significant changes to the urban environment, it has also resulted in the neglect and deterioration of some communities. The COVID-19 pandemic has further highlighted deficiencies in community landscape design, emphasizing the need for innovative approaches. By optimizing community landscape design through science and technology innovation and considering the community’s mode of operation in preventing and controlling COVID-19, this paper proposes a solution to these challenges. The paper concludes that innovative community landscape design can be an effective tool for urban regeneration and contribute to the safety and health of communities and cities.


Xin Yan
Student, Doctor of Philosophy in Architecture, UCSI University, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia


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Paper Presentation in a Themed Session


Architectonic, Spatial, and Environmental Design


Future Community, Public Facilities, Landscape Design, Covid-19, Sustainable

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