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Discussion on Emergency Renewal Design of Indoor Space of Multi-Storey Residential Building under Public Health Emergency

Hongguo Ren, Xiaoyu Ji, Yuchen Liu

Abstract


In order to deal with public health emergencies, five residential areas in the main urban area of Handan were selected for on-the-spot measurement and questionnaire survey, and the survey data were sorted out and sequenced regression analysis. it is summarized that the main problems of indoor space in emergency are poor spatial independence, unreasonable layout, low flexibility and poor natural lighting effect. On the basis of this, the corresponding optimization strategy is put forward in order to help to update and improve the emergency design of interior space in multi-storey residential buildings.


Keywords


Public Health Emergency; Interior Space of Multi-Storey Residential Building; Emergency Design Update; Residential

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/utc.v8i2.148

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