Wenzhou Vocational & Technical College, China
Under the background of sustainable development, ecological architecture is a kind of building system developed gradually under the condition of the continuous development of social factors such as economy, culture, science and technology, the deterioration of environment and the continuous improvement of people's living conditions. Because of the huge number of buildings, it has a significant impact on resources and environment. Similarly, if ecological buildings want to effectively improve resources and environmental problems, they must be constructed in large quantities. Human beings themselves are also moving towards high quality and high standard of life, which are two aspects of contradiction. Strengthening the construction of ecological buildings is one of the effective ways to solve the contradiction. The scientific concept of implementing architectural design is ecological building, saving energy, saving land, comprehensive consideration, and overall planning, adding luster to the beautiful rural construction. The use of local existing materials and conditions, the formation of ecological architecture with local characteristics, traditional architecture and the current concept of ecological architecture are consistent, there is a certain degree of interaction between the two. Strategies and ways to improve the adaptability of ecological building technology, hope to provide some help for the improvement of ecological building technology adaptability.
Beautiful countryside; construction; ecological architecture
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