Healthy Cities - Universal Healthy Place-making 

‘Elderly-friendly cities’, ‘children-friendly cities’, and ‘accessible cities’ have been widely known in both Eastern and Western societies. A good urban public space shall benefit both a targeting group as well as the entire population. Our collaborators from the School of Architecture, Harbin Institute of Technology (Shenzhen) have applied participant observation and other ethnographic methods to find the possible techniques of universal public spaces. It is hoped that our project can facilitate the coexistence of different participants.