Qianhai’s Guiwan Park is the first of five “water fingers” built as part of the master plan Field Operations designed for Qianhai Water City in 2010. Guiwan Park provides not only a world-class urban park that supports the new city center, but also largescale green infrastructure for stormwater management and flood and tidal protection.
前海桂湾公园是2010年为“前海水城”设计的总体规划 Field Operations 的五个“水手指”中的第一个。桂湾公园不仅提供了支持新市中心的世界一流的城市公园，还提供了大规模用于雨水管理，洪水和潮汐保护的绿色基础设施。
Guiwan Park flanks the central drainage channel with three levels of terraces to mitigate the significant elevation change from the city level to the Qianhai Bay water level, which fluctuates due to tidal movement. With suitable planting species, these terraces are designed to provide vibrant public open spaces, while also supporting a variety of habitat recovery.
A network of fluid and dynamic pathways connects the surrounding neighborhoods with the park in order to support a variety of programs, including habitat, event, and display inside the park from its east end to its west waterfront. Gently shaped earthworks emphasize the longitudinal movements along the central channel along with the pathways to orient visitors as they move towards the bay.
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