中国建筑

中国建筑

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出版时间:2010-1
出版社:五洲传播出版社
作者:蔡燕歆
页数:179
书名:中国建筑
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中国建筑
内容概要
Ancient Chinese architecture is not only a sou rce of reference for modernChinese design, but its cultural heritage has also had an international influ—ence and attracted global attention. Appreciating ancient Chinese architec-ture can be likened to opening up an enormous history book. The legends ofremote antiquity speak of the great military achievements of the Qin emperor, the noble spi rit of the Tang Dynasty, the palace intrigues of the Ming Dynasty, not to mention the wisdom and intelligence of the millions of ordinary laborersthat are neglected by the history books;all of their images are vividly re-corded therein.
作者简介
  Cai Yanxin, born in Chongqing of China in April 1980, graduated in 2009 from College of Architecture & City Planning at Tongji University in Shanghai with a PhD degree and is now an instructor at the Faculty of Architecture Southwest Jiaotong University in Chengdu. Her research area includes Chinese traditional architectural art, protection and reutilization of Chinese traditional architectures.
书籍目录
PrefaceAncient
Cities
Capital
Cities
Provincial
Cities
Military
DefenseThe
Supreme
Imperial
Power
Imperial
Palaces
Temples
and
Altars
Imperial
MausoleumsThe
Palaces
of
Gods
Confucian
Architecture
Buddhist
Architecture
Taoist
Architecture
Islamic
Architecture
Christian
ArchitectureAppreciation
of
Chinese
Gardens
Imperial
Gardens
Private
GardensVernacular
Dwellings
Beijing
Siheyuan
Building
(Courtyard
Houses
Northwestern
Cave
Dwelling
Huizhou
Dwellings
Upland
Dwellings
in
Sichuan-Chongqing
Region
Earthen
Houses
of
Fujian
The
Mongolian
Yurt
Xinjiang's
Aywang
Tibetan
Stone
Houses
The
Bamboo
Houses
of
Dai
Ethnic
Group
in
YunnanWhen
East
Met
West
Western
Influences
on
Chinese
Architecture
The
New
National
Formalism
Architecture
Towards
a
New
ArchitectureAppendix:
Chronological
Table
of
the
Chinese
Dynasties
章节摘录
  The
Qin
Mausoleum,
located
in
Lintong
County,
Shaanxi
Province,
is
surrounded
by
the
Lishan
Mountains
to
the
south
and
the
Wei
River
to
the
north.
Such
a
location
coincides
the
traditional  Chinese
geomantic
omens
because
the
site,
surrounded
by
mountains
and
rivers,
was
an
ideal
burial
site
for
feudal
emperors
who
believed
they
would
lead
a
new
life
in
another
world.  Construction
of
the
Qin
Mausoleum,
the
largest
imperial
tomb
in
China,
began
in
247
BC
soon
after
Qin
Shihuangdi
ascended
to
the
throne
and
was
still
underway
at
his
death
in
210
BC.
Construction
of
auxiliary
projects
was
halted
in
208
BC
when
troops
surrounded
the
imperial
capital
during
an
uprising.  Numerous
groups
of
people
worked
on
the
39-years
construction
project,
from
high-ranking
officials
such
as
Prime
Minister
LiSi
who
was
in
charge
of
the
work,
to
criminals
forced
to
do
manual
labor.
As
many
as
720,000
workers
from
across
the
country
helped
onstruct
the
tomb.
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