The historic buildings in Huizhou bear distinctive local features: they boast many brick, stone and wood carvings, and therefore hold high aesthetic value. Many cultural connotations are reflected in the architecture, including architectural techniques, the everyday life, ethical values and aesthetic pursuits of the local people. Many typical villages, including Hongcun, Xidi, Longchuan and Chengkan, where architecture blends in with the natural environment, are good examples of ecological civilization.
The exhibition, consisting of five parts—geomantic locations of the buildings, ancestral halls, decorated archways, residential houses, and “three carvings” in architecture—displays the surroundings, the concrete buildings and their components and decorations in the chronological order of the emergence of the historic buildings. Visitors may enjoy the magnificence and glamour of the ancient Huizhou architecture through this panoramic display of real buildings, components, models and pictures.
Graded Objects: 150 Pieces(Set)
Availability: 21 Jun 2016--21 Jul 2017