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Architecture and shared values between China and other civilizations

Submission deadline: 08 August 2023
Special Issue Editors
Mengbi Li
Institute for Sustainable Industries and Livable Cities, Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia
Interests: Architectural history and theory; Architectural history in China; Vernacular architecture; Sustainability in the built environment; Architectural Design
Francis Chia Hui Lin
Graduate Institute of Building and Planning, National Taiwan University, TAIWAN
Interests: Architectural History;Design theory;Urban Writing and Theory;Architecture and Urbanism in Asia Pacific;Postcolonial Criticism and Theory
Special Issue Information

This special issue aims to enhance mutual recognition and understanding between China and other civilizations through exploring their shared values and traditions especially related to architecture. There are potentially intriguing connections between different civilizations in the world, for example, between vernacular Chinese culture and Indigenous cultures in Australia, America, and other regions, or between the civilizations of Ancient China, Mesopotamia, Ancient Egypt, Ancient India, Ancient Peru, Ancient Greece, and so on. An exploration of these connections not only helps to establish bonds between different parts of the world, but also contributes to a discourse on the impact and embodiment of the shared value in architecture.

 

We welcome comparative studies of Chinese architecture, urban fabric, or settlement patterns with counterparts from other regions. We aspire to form a discourse on the essential kernel of architecture and/or settlements shared across different regions and examine how they can serve as bridges for future dialogues on this topic

Keywords
Shared value
China
Chinese architecture
different cultures
urban fabric
settlement
comparative study
international bonds
Published Paper (1 Paper)
ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE

The extraordinary life and work of Arata Isozaki (1931 – 2022): Seven decades of visionary architecture

Steffen Lehmann
Journal of Chinese Architecture and Urbanism 2023, 5(1), 353 https://doi.org/10.36922/jcau.353
(This article belongs to the Special Issue Architecture and shared values between China and other civilizations)
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Journal of Chinese Architecture and Urbanism, Electronic ISSN: 2717-5626 Published by AccScience Publishing