Research on Landscape Protection of Urban Railway Industrial Heritage Based on Zhengzhou Railway Industrial Park Project

Cong-yi Jin, Wang Zhao


With the development of urbanization and urban industrial relocation, the remaining special railway lines are increasingly deserted and block the organic integration of urban space. As a material element of urban industrial culture, the abandoned railway line carries a profound industrial history and diverse cultural features. As a materialized industrial heritage, it also provides more feasible ways for the expansion of urban public space, ecological environment governance, and the renewal of industrial abandoned land. Through the analysis of domestic and foreign urban abandoned railway industrial landscape protection and redevelopment related cases, summarizes the landscape protection strategy: protect the original site form, reduce the later artificial intervention traces, reflect the beauty of existing industry, reshape the cultural landscape, reengineering industrial period historical scene, with dynamic railway line and its urban vitality, promote the industrial abandoned site function self innovation. Finally, according to the Zhengzhou Railway Industrial Park project as an example, through the analysis of its site transformation, style protection and functional renewal design strategies, to explore the reasonable application of the above key points, which is of guiding significance for the industrial cultural protection of the abandoned urban railways and the construction of landscape parks in China.

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