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The Frontiers of Society, Science and Technology, 2023, 5(13); doi: 10.25236/FSST.2023.051303.

Study on the Spatial Design of Rural-Themed Exhibition Based on Digital Elements


Yaying Wang, Yahan Chen, Cunxiao Chen, Yue Pang, Jing Jiang

Corresponding Author:
Jing Jiang

Department of Architecture, Beijing University of Agriculture, Beijing, China


With the rapid development of informatization, people's quality of life has greatly improved. The policy of rural revitalization has become the most robust support for rural development, and digital village construction is also an essential part of rural revitalization. Exhibition halls serve as important carriers for regional cultural and spiritual heritage.[1] This design takes "peony" as its theme, focusing on a "people-oriented" approach, combining emotional design with modern technologies, and using a digital exhibition hall as a medium for a brand-new, technology-driven, and emotionally engaging exhibition space. This design aims to enhance the interactive experience between people and the space, foster coordinated urban-rural development, facilitate increased urban-rural exchanges, and enable visitors to share modern cities' political, economic, cultural, and ideological aspects with rural communities. This enables farmers to embrace new ideas and customs, thereby improving their overall quality of life. At the same time, it explores, protects, and inherits the traditional culture of Dongjiagou Village, thus promoting the development of rural culture and fostering a fresh, civilized rural social atmosphere. Through this updated design, visitors can not only experience the importance of building an ecologically sustainable and beautiful rural area in Dongjiagou Village but also immerse themselves in the slow-paced rural lifestyle and appreciate the sense of achievement and happiness brought about by rural revitalization. Ultimately, taking "rural revitalization" as the starting point, more people can gain insight into the past and present of Dongjiagou Village, along with the achievements made in rural planning and development.


Digitalization, Emotional Design, Exhibition Design, Exhibition Spatial Experience

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Yaying Wang, Yahan Chen, Cunxiao Chen, Yue Pang, Jing Jiang. Study on the Spatial Design of Rural-Themed Exhibition Based on Digital Elements. The Frontiers of Society, Science and Technology (2023) Vol. 5, Issue 13: 15-21. https://doi.org/10.25236/FSST.2023.051303.


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