ITM Web Conf.
Volume 7, 20163rd Annual International Conference on Information Technology and Applications (ITA 2016)
|Number of page(s)||4|
|Section||Session 9: Computer Science and its Applications|
|Published online||21 November 2016|
The Influence of the Marine Culture on the Architecture in Jiaodong Peninsula
Shandong Jianzhu University. FengMing Road, Jinan city, Shandong Prov. China
With the arrival of the “Era of the Ocean”, the coastal city ushered in an upsurge of the development and construction . In order to avoid being lack in the sense of belonging of the coastal city. Implant and deepen marine has become particularly important. This paper firstly has interpreted Marine culture, then analyzed Marine culture formation. Analysis of Marine culture to study the rural settlement. The paper has unearthed Marine culture connotation and characteristics thoroughly, on the basis of the knowledge of Marine culture before, in the Jiaodong building. The paper has carried about the Marine culture on the analysis emphatically to the settlement houses monomer and detail from layout to facade, from construction materials to decorative colors. This paper proposes the renovation of the building, it should carry out traditional marine culture with a view to building on the Jiaodong sustainable development to provide effective guidance, while research and rural settlements is a rich culture and complement. Meanwhile this would be a rich and supplement to research mention on the building.
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