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The Frontiers of Society, Science and Technology, 2019, 1(11); doi: 10.25236/FSST.2019.011109.

Research on the Application of Southern Jiangxi Hakka Architecture Form Based on Holistic Governance in Modern Residential Design


Lin Guo*, Mengyu Tan

Corresponding Author:
Lin Guo

Gannan Normal University, Gannan, China
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Traditional Introverted Space is an Important Space Form in Chinese Traditional Dwellings and an Important Embodiment of Traditional Dwellings Culture. This Inward Space Form Has a Special Internal Connection with the Geographical Environment, Reflects the Unique Space Characteristics, and Has a Positive Impact on Modern Architectural Design. Southern Jiangxi is the Cradle of Hakkas. Traditional Hakkas Architecture in Southern Jiangxi Can Be Divided into Two Types: Hall and Enclosure. It is the Main Residential Space of Hakkas and Has Extremely High Cultural Value and Historical and Practical Value. Based on the Perspective of Holistic Governance, through the Basic Understanding and Understanding of the Hakka Cultural Connotation and the Analysis of the Architectural Form, Cultural Spirit and Architectural Characteristics of Hakka Traditional Dwellings, This Paper Discusses the Significance of Integrating the Architectural Elements and Philosophical Connotation Characteristics of Hakka Traditional Dwellings into the Design of Modern Dwellings. Based on the Design Method of Modern Residential Buildings, Both Rationality and Sensibility Are Given Equal Attention to Put Forward Design Suggestions for Modern Residential Buildings in Southern Jiangxi Area.


Overall Governance, Southern Jiangxi Hakka, Architecture, Modern Residential Design

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Lin Guo, Mengyu Tan. Research on the Application of Southern Jiangxi Hakka Architecture Form Based on Holistic Governance in Modern Residential Design. The Frontiers of Society, Science and Technology (2019) Vol. 1 Issue 11: 47-56. https://doi.org/10.25236/FSST.2019.011109.


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