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2023, Vol. 5, Issue 1, Part B

History of ancient Chinese architecture in the Qing dynasty


Author(s): Yuxin LI

Abstract:
The paper explores the cultural heritage of ancient Chinese architecture, awaken social awareness of the protection and preservation of ancient Chinese architecture, and explores the theoretical significance of applying the essence of ancient Chinese architecture to the modern and future architectural design and creation. Through the study of architectural history of the Qing Dynasty, this research provides information in detail including the aesthetic characteristics, architectural composition, influencing elements, architectural achievements, materials used, design philosophy, the preservation status and future outlook of ancient Chinese architecture during the Qing Dynasty. Both from interaction with western culture, and internal historical development, the dynamic history and aesthetic underlining Qing architecture resists a simple narrative. The purpose of this paper is to contextualize and understand the role of Qing Dynasty architecture within contemporary Chinese society, paving the way for greater cultural awareness and preservations.


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Yuxin LI. History of ancient Chinese architecture in the Qing dynasty. Int J Hist 2023;5(1):127-131.
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