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INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC AND EDUCATIONAL ONLINE JOURNAL
ARCHITECTURE AND MODERN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES

3(48) 2019


ArticleFEATURES OF DEVELOPMENT AND EUROPEANIZATION OF THE BLOCKED BUILDING OF GUANGZHOU, CHINA
(THE END OF 19TH–THE FIRST HALF OF 20TH CENTURY)
Authors A. Kim
Pacific National University, Khabarovsk, Russia
Abstract The article describes the processes of architecture formation at the junction of various cultures on the example of the Europeanization of blocked buildings in Guangzhou. Examines its genesis, based on a synthesis of achievements of the national architecture, colonial buildings and eclectic buildings of South-East Asia. Identified the main types of blocked construction, represented by zhutongwu, dawu and qilou. Their development and transformation, as well as space-planning features and functional zoning are considered. The main stylistic directions of qilou are highlighted, reflecting both the development of the national architecture and the borrowing of European elements. The features of the formation and development of the urban planning structure of the commercial districts of Guangzhou in the first half of the 20th century, built up with blocked structures, are analyzed.
Keywords: traditional Chinese architecture, Guangzhou, qilou, zhutongwu, dawu, blocked buildings
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Kim A. Features of Development and Europeanization of the Blocked Building of Guangzhou, China (the end of 19th-the first half of 20th century). Architecture and Modern Information Technologies, 2019, no.3(48), pp.38-50. Available at: https://marhi.ru/AMIT/2019/3kvart19/PDF/03_kim.pdf