Mixed-use high-rise buildings are vertical superpositions of various business types in the category of mixed-use development. It has become a highly intensive organizational form in the urban high-density environment. Under China’s “height limit” policy, the simple superposition of business types does not meet the government requirements for planning, construction, and management, and does not fully utilize the advantages of the mixed development mode. The single utilization rate index used in the past could not accurately describe such buildings’ usage value and spatial variation characteristics. In this study, a quantitative analysis of data from eight construction projects was carried out, and a utilization rate index system was established at three levels, namely, the typical floor utilization rate k1, business utilization rate k2, and building utilization rate k3. In terms of k1, the emphasis was placed on the design elements of the mixed-use development and the variation of relative indicators. In k2 and k3, it was found that the business type, floor area, and utilization rate were negatively correlated. In conclusion, by establishing a hierarchical utilization rate calculation method, the efficiency values and design characteristics of mixed-use high-rise (MUHR) buildings were explored, which provide references for the future design of such buildings
Xie, Yuchen; Du, Peng; and Luo, Jianhe Lu, "Hierarchical Quantification of Utilization Rate and Related Indicators of Mixed-Use High-Rise Buildings" (2022). College of Architecture and the Built Environment Faculty Papers. Paper 4.
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