According to the statistics of the last decade, the destruction of intertidal ecology and the loss of local bird habitats are problems faced by almost all coastal cities, so the balance between urban and ecological development needs to be considered in the development and design of cities to ensure the sustainability and stability of our spaces. In today's design and construction centered on human production and living, too much emphasis is placed on active economic development and convenience for one's own single group. Humans are part of the biosphere, not above it. Can we capture this notion in the design of our sites? Explore the concept of restoring intertidal and bird habitats in the urban landscape by identifying ways to create a harmonious ecology of human-bird coexistence in the public realm, especially through the Golden Whistle and its survival in the urban ecology.
Bachelor of Landscape Arch. (Hons)