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The purpose of this research is based on the placement of two geographically opposed cities, but with similarities in their urban structure, Dalian and Paris. We study here the design strategies involved in the emergence of contemporary urban public spaces, in the metropolitan context, and in a globalized context of urban identity research. First, we compare the status of public space in the two different cultural and urban contexts of China and Europe. Then, we enter in the analysis ofdoi:10.1088/1755-1315/376/1/012046 fatcat:gvscxxm4djhvxfc7vfqjl2245q