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The Resource Geo-Architecture and Landscape in China's Geographic and Historic Context : Volume 4 Symbolism and the Language of Geo-Architecture

Geo-Architecture and Landscape in China's Geographic and Historic Context : Volume 4 Symbolism and the Language of Geo-Architecture

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Geo-Architecture and Landscape in China's Geographic and Historic Context : Volume 4 Symbolism and the Language of Geo-Architecture
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Geo-Architecture and Landscape in China's Geographic and Historic Context
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Volume 4 Symbolism and the Language of Geo-Architecture
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Geo-Architecture and Landscape in China's Geographic and Historic Context : Volume 4 Symbolism and the Language of Geo-Architecture
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Geo-Architecture and Landscape in China's Geographic and Historic Context : Volume 4 Symbolism and the Language of Geo-Architecture
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  • Foreword -- Preface -- 1 Geo-Architecture Is not a Label for a Certain Form of Architecture -- 2 Geo-Architecture Is a Research Thinking -- 3 The Research Object Selection for Geo-Architecture -- Acknowledgments -- Contents -- Research Team -- Notes in Volume 4 -- About the Author -- Implantation and Mixture -- 1 Introduction -- 1.1 Historical and Geographical Traces of Implantation and Mixture -- 1.1.1 Appearance of Overseas Chinese Culture -- 1.1.2 Formation of the Silk Road -- 1.1.3 Foreign Invasion in the Modern Era -- 1.2 Formation Mechanism of Implantation and Mixture -- 1.2.1 Transplantation -- 1.2.2 Compromise -- 1.2.3 Maturity and Reflection -- 1.3 Geo-architectural Language of Implantation and Mixture -- 1.3.1 Building Components -- 1.3.2 Layout -- 1.4 Summary -- References -- 2 "Implantation" Cases -- 2.1 Kaiping Diaolou and Villages: An Mixture of Chinese and Western Architectural Art and Charm -- 2.2 Ruins of St. Paul's in Macau: A Hybrid of European Renaissance and Oriental Features -- 2.3 Hainan Arcade Architecture: Presenting the Tropical Customs of Southeast Asia -- 2.4 New-Style Shikumen of Shanghai: Jiangnan Residential Architecture with a Western Charm -- References -- 3 "Mixture" Cases -- 3.1 Badaguan in Qingdao: European Style Villas Along the Coastline -- 3.2 Shanghai Bund: A Museum of International Architecture Along the Huangpu River -- 3.3 Xiamen Gulangyu Island: Beautifully Integrated Island -- 3.4 Five Great Avenues in Tianjin: Colorful and Distinctive Mixed Style Buildings -- 3.5 Mount Lu Villas: Thousands of Buildings with Thousands of Faces Over -- 3.6 Mazar Aldi Village: An Uyghur Village Where Various Cultures Meet -- 3.7 Outlying Temples in Chengde: Exemplary Fusion of the Cultures of Various Nationalities -- References -- Metaphor and Mimicry -- 4 Introduction -- 4.1 Origin of Metaphor and Mimicry
  • 4.1.1 Human Demands Lead to the Development of Architecture -- 4.1.2 Approach for Architecture to Realize Spiritual Pursuit -- 4.2 Mechanisms of Metaphor and Mimicry -- 4.2.1 Nature Worship Related to Local Geography -- 4.2.2 Local Traditional Culture -- 4.2.3 Philosophy Ideology -- 4.2.4 Religious Culture -- 4.2.5 Ideal Sustenance -- 4.3 Presence of Metaphor and Sysbolism -- 4.3.1 Imagination of Real Existence -- 4.3.2 Artificial Convention -- 4.4 Summary -- References -- 5 "Metaphor and Mimicry" Cases -- 5.1 Old Summer Palace: Imitating the Whole World of the Traditional Chinese Concept -- 5.2 Chang Family Grand Courtyard: A Giant House of Rich Spirit Based on a Confucian Merchant's Concept -- 5.3 Dukezong Ancient Town: Shambhala in the Eight-Petal Lotus -- 5.4 Eight-Cornered Ancient Town: A Hollow Cross-Shaped City -- 5.5 Hehuxinju Hakka Weilou House: Hakka Traditional Houses with the Layout of "回" -- 5.6 Cangpo Ancient Village: Writing Brush, Ink Stick, Ink Slab and Paper -- 5.7 Luocheng Ancient Town: A Cymbiform Space Containing Markets and Streets -- 5.8 Hongcun Ancient Village: A Ox-Shaped Village -- 5.9 Yuyuan Ancient Village: Containing the Concept of the Tai Chi Horoscope -- 5.10 Tekes Bagua Town: Bagua Diagram at the Foot of the Tianshan Mountains -- 5.11 Zhuge Bagua Village: Containing the Bagua Concept in the I Ching -- References -- Appendix -- Distribution Map of Cases in Volume 4 -- Distribution Map of All Cases in 4 Volumes -- Related Years and Emperors in Chinese History in 4 Volumes
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