"The process of urbanization has brought people crowded, noisy and surrounded by buildings living environment. This makes people living in the city accompanied by a certain degree of negative emotions, such as depression. It is considered that urban green space can provide citizens with the opportunity to contact nature, so as to get physical and mental relaxation. This project is about designing Coolibah Reserve the downstream of the Bardwell Valley that addresses the issue of urban residents’ demand for psychological well-being by urbanization, by means of enhancing human contact with the natural and social environment through specific spatial planning, that arranges entrances, pathways, and activity areas to provide places for different kinds of experiences, as to create a high-quality park."
Masters of Landscape Architecture