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The Resource Geo-Architecture and Landscape in China's Geographic and Historic Context : Volume 1 Geo-Architecture Wandering in the Landscape

Geo-Architecture and Landscape in China's Geographic and Historic Context : Volume 1 Geo-Architecture Wandering in the Landscape

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Geo-Architecture and Landscape in China's Geographic and Historic Context : Volume 1 Geo-Architecture Wandering in the Landscape
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Geo-Architecture and Landscape in China's Geographic and Historic Context
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Volume 1 Geo-Architecture Wandering in the Landscape
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Geo-Architecture and Landscape in China's Geographic and Historic Context : Volume 1 Geo-Architecture Wandering in the Landscape
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Geo-Architecture and Landscape in China's Geographic and Historic Context : Volume 1 Geo-Architecture Wandering in the Landscape
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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 1 -- About the Author -- Part I Conversation and Sentiment -- 1 Introduction -- 1.1 Cause of Conversation and Sentiment -- 1.1.1 Cause of Conversation -- 1.1.2 Cause of Sentiment -- 1.2 Study of Cultural Geographic Environment of Conversation and Sentiment -- 1.2.1 Views of World -- 1.2.2 Views of Life -- 1.2.3 Views of Value -- 1.3 Presentation of Conversation and Sentiment on Architecture -- 1.3.1 Site Selection -- 1.3.2 Layout -- 1.3.3 Form -- 1.4 Summary -- References -- 2 "Conversation" Cases -- 2.1 Ganden Sumtseling Monastery: Conversing with the First and the Last Sunlight of Day -- 2.2 Temple of Heaven: Worshiping to Heaven and Praying for Good Harvest -- 2.3 Gaocheng Astronomical Observatory: Speaking with the Sun in the Daytime and the Stars at Night -- 2.4 Yellow Crane Tower and Qingchuan Pavilion: Facing Each Other Across the Yangtze River -- 2.5 Leifeng and Baochu Pagodas: Two Pagodas Opposite to Each Other in One Lake -- 2.6 Jichang Garden: A Dialogue with Fish -- References -- 3 "Sentiment" Cases -- 3.1 Yangguan and Yumenguan Passes: Places to Say Farewell -- 3.2 Yueyang Tower: Poem Composed with the Feeling of Considering the Country and People -- 3.3 Gyanak Mani Field: Prayer Stones Beyond Number -- References -- Part II Halting and Advancing -- 4 Introduction -- 4.1 The Advancing Road -- 4.1.1 Roads of Transportation -- 4.1.2 Roads for Viewing Landscape -- 4.1.3 The Ideal Road -- 4.2 Places to Halt One's Footsteps -- 4.2.1 Pausing for Rest -- 4.2.2 Stopping to View the Landscape -- 4.3 Summary -- References -- 5 "Halting" Cases
  • 5.1 Love Nightfall Pavilion: Stopping the Carriage to Sit in the Beloved Maple Wood at Nightfall -- 5.2 Wuli Village in Bingzhongluo: A Rest Stop on the Ancient Tea Horse Road -- 5.3 Cockcrow Postal Town: A Rest Station for the Weary Courier -- 5.4 Huguang Guild Hall: Fellow Townsmen Gathering in an Alien Land -- References -- 6 "Advancing" Cases -- 6.1 Sun Yat-Sen Mausoleum: Marching Forward Without Hesitation -- 6.2 Changkong Trail of Mount Hua: The Most Dangerous Hiking Trail in Mount Hua -- 6.3 Ningwu Hanging Temple: Steps Along the Cliff Face -- 6.4 Eighteen Bends of Mount Tai: Rising Straight up to the Sky -- 6.5 Qinghai-Tibet Railway: Miraculous Pathway to Heaven -- References -- Part III Integration and Isolation -- 7 Introduction -- 7.1 Cultural Geographic Origins of Integration and Isolation -- 7.1.1 Overcoming Disadvantageous Natural Conditions -- 7.1.2 Isolation: In Pursuit of Homogeneity -- 7.2 To Integrate and to Isolate -- 7.2.1 Physical Integration and Isolation -- 7.2.2 Spirituality Integration and Isolation -- 7.2.3 Society Integration and Isolation -- 7.3 Summary -- References -- 8 "Integration" Cases -- 8.1 Bridge-Tower Hall on Mount Cangyan: A Temple on an Amazing Stone Arch Bridge Across Towering Cliffs -- 8.2 Langqiao in Taishun County: Resembling a Rainbow Spanning the Sky -- 8.3 Longjin Wind and Rain Bridge: Pressing on Through Wind and Rain -- 8.4 Dujiangyan Irrigation System: Irrigating the Min River to Raise the Country of Heaven -- 8.5 Lingqu Canal: A Canal Joins Two Rivers -- 8.6 Turpan Karez System: An Underground Canal in the Gobi Desert -- References -- 9 "Isolation" Cases -- 9.1 Hakka Earthen Buildings: A Enclosed Community -- 9.2 Tunpu Villages: A Ming Dynasty Settlement Frozen in Time -- 9.3 Ancient Postal Roads of the Niangziguan and Guguan Passes: Wheel Ruts Evincing a Well-Traveled Thoroughfare -- References
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