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Chinese classical gardens of Suzhou

Tun-chen Liu

Chinese classical gardens of Suzhou

by Tun-chen Liu

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Published by McGraw-Hill in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • China,
  • Suzhou (Jiangsu Sheng)
    • Subjects:
    • Historic gardens -- China -- Suzhou (Jiangsu Sheng),
    • Gardens, Chinese -- China -- Suzhou (Jiangsu Sheng)

    • Edition Notes

      StatementLiu Dun-zhen ; translator, Chen Lixian ; English text editor, Joseph C. Wang.
      ContributionsWang, Joseph C.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsSB466.C52 S83513 1993
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiv, 459 p. :
      Number of Pages459
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1736013M
      ISBN 100070108765
      LC Control Number92041042

        The Classical Gardens of Suzhou: Beautiful chinese garden and classical - See traveler reviews, candid photos, and great deals for Suzhou, China, at Tripadvisor.4/5().   The Epicentre Of Chinese Classical Gardens Review of The Classical Gardens of Suzhou Reviewed January 2, via mobile Suzhou is an ancient city that houses some os the world’s most beautiful gardens, and indeed several of China’s most outstanding landscape creations!5/5().

        Suzhou is the heart and origin of the world’s oldest and most well known classical Chinese Gardens. These gardens are on UNESCO’s World Heritage site .   The Classical Gardens of Suzhou: Well worth it - See traveler reviews, candid photos, and great deals for Suzhou, China, at Tripadvisor.5/5().

      The Master of the Nets Garden (Chinese: 网师园; pinyin: Wǎngshī yuán; Suzhouese: Wu Chinese pronunciation: [mɑ̃ sz̩ ɦyø]) in Suzhou is among the finest gardens in China. It is recognized with other classical Suzhou gardens as a UNESCO World Heritage garden demonstrates Chinese garden designers' adept skills for synthesizing art, nature, and architecture to create unique Inscription: (21st Session). History. The Canglang Pavilion was built in CE by the Song dynasty poet Su Shunqin (–), on the site of a pre-existing imperial flower garden c CE. It is the oldest of the UNESCO gardens in Suzhou, keeping its original Song dynasty layout. The name is derived from a verse in the poem Fishermen by Qu Yuan (ca. BCE BCE), a poet from the southern state of Chu during the Inscription: (21st Session).


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This is the English translation of: Liu Tun-Tseng [Dunzhen],Soochow Classical Gardens, Department of Architecture, Nanjing Institute of Technology, Nanjing & China Building Industry Press, Beijing.

[Chinese text, with English supplement by Chuin Tung]. Incomparable resource for measured drawings of the Suzhou gardens, accurate enough for /5(2).

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This superb. The Classical Gardens of Suzhou takes the reader on an illustrated tour of these ancient and artistic gardens. Covering both the history and layout of the Suzhou gardens and illustrated with full-colour photos throughout, it is a perfect introductory guide for the garden designer interested in Oriental landscaping traditions.

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by Tun-Chen Liu and Joseph C. Wang | Jan 1, The Classical Gardens of Suzhou (Cultural China) by Li Zongwei () Jan 1, Donia Zhang This paper examines the design philosophy of classical Suzhou gardens in China, with regards to their natural and architectural elements on the moral education of the : Donia Zhang.

Suzhou’s gardens are considered classic examples of Chinese landscape architecture. They were intended to be microcosms of the natural world, with rich scenes within limited spaces.

Miniature versions of things like rocks and trees create epic-looking landscapes in the tightest of corners. Suzhou has a reputation for its classical gardens, which are typical traditional Chinese gardens. Most of them are private gardens that were built from the Spring and Autumn Period to the Qing Dynasty.

These gardens reached a climax in the mid-Ming to early Qing dynasties (16th–18th centuries). The garden plans are based upon the authoritative plans in Liu Dunzhen, Chinese Classical Gardens of Suzhou. My research assistants at Roger Williams University, Rhode Island School of Design, Tsinghua University, and The Pennsylvania State University drew the plans of the gardens, provided translations, and contributed in many ways: Frank.

classical Chinese gardens and modern Chinese gardens. The comparison is accomplished by ordinating the design elements and basic normative planning and designprinciples for each garden. Three classical Chinese gardens in Suzhou, Jiangsu, China and five modern gardens in Xiamen, Fujian, China were selected for study.

Classical Chinese garden design aims to create a flawless miniature landscape and emphasize the profound harmony between man and nature — and Suzhou’s gardens are regarded as. Artificial mountains and rock gardens.

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Spanning a period of almost one thousand years, from the Northern Song to the late Qing dynasties, these gardens, most of them built by scholars, standardized many of the key features of classical Chinese garden design with constructed Coordinates: 31°19′N °27′E / °N.

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Suzhou’s classical gardens are noted for their exquisite design and layout. Landscape and buildings are perfectly integrated to create a great harmony.

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