Study on the Basic Constitution Form of Shandong Dwellings

Zhongxin LI


With long history and rich connotation, Shandong dwelling is an organic component of Chinese traditional dwelling culture. However, influenced by factors such as geographical conditions, history, culture, manners and customs,Shandong dwellings have their different local cultural characteristics in structural layout, building materials and architectural style. This thesis studies the basic constitutional form of Shandong dwellings. And with rich materials gained from the field study and investigation, it systemizes, analyzes and studies the basic constitutional form of Shandong dwellings from the aspect of the village and messuage, gate and screen wall, living room and layout. This study is of great realistic significance for studying and protecting Shandong dwelling culture in different historical period.


Shandong dwellings; Local culture; Dwelling form; Structural layout

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