Regional Culture Expressed in Modern Architecture Design

Xufang LIANG


Absorbing ethnic traditional elements, modern design should fully protect and develop characteristics of traditional culture and regional culture. Based on respecting traditional culture, modern design should explore the design language with local cultural characteristics. Only in this way can we explore regional and national interior design in modern society. Only in this way can interior design become an international cultural product and can interior design be recognized and accepted by the world.


Interior design; Architecture design; Culture

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