Mental Living Environment and Behavior Under the Lifestyle of Middle and Low Income People-----An Example of Tsinghua University Bauhinia Apartments W Building Basement Space Transformation
Science Innovation
Volume 6, Issue 1, February 2018, Pages: 33-45
Received: May 1, 2018; Published: May 23, 2018
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Wang Yan, Environmental Design, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China
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Abstract
In terms of human relations in contemporary society, it has undergone tremendous changes in the lifestyle, living environment and behavioral psychology of the urban population in traditional cities. The conception of lifestyle originates from the exploration of living environment behavior patterns in today's society. Metropolitan space is more crowded like Beijing, so the accessory space of living space needs to be hugely valuable.Beijing once rehabilitated living space (basement and semi-basement), cleaned up and retreated to the lower end of the population, and it became unfamiliar with the lifestyle and living environment of traditional low-income population communities.This article tries to explore the significance of maintaining and surpassing the value of humanity, and hopes to load and reconstruct the space for low-income people in the psychological and behavioral modes of life and living environment. Therefore, through site research, case studies, field interviews and other methods, the author combines the relevant theories and analyzes the reasons for the changes and future ideas. Finally, it is pointed out that the possibility of humanized design and construction of living environment behavior pattern in living space is under the condition of profound social transformation.
Keywords
Human Nature, Low-Income People, Lifestyle, Living Environment Behavior
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Wang Yan, Mental Living Environment and Behavior Under the Lifestyle of Middle and Low Income People-----An Example of Tsinghua University Bauhinia Apartments W Building Basement Space Transformation, Science Innovation. Vol. 6, No. 1, 2018, pp. 33-45. doi: 10.11648/j.si.20180601.18
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