The whole set of Chinese-style courtyard house design plans not only has a grand appearance, but also integrates with the beauty of the whole courtyard into one, which can compensate and foil each other. In order to satisfy the ancient charm of the Chinese courtyard design, which is quiet, serious and vulgar, in the selection of materials, exquisite carving, strong lines, scattered classical elegance and plain rhyme.
Villas have been developed so far, more and more emphasis on quality and personality. According to the survey data, the development of villas pays more and more attention to human concern, and Chinese villas are increasingly being paid attention to by modern residents. In the future, Chinese villas will become one of the main development trends of Chinese villas. From the type of decoration design of Chinese villas, it can be divided into the following four categories: modern improvement, Jiangnan gardens, Chinese symbols and courtyards.
In the context, it is closely related to Chinese traditional architecture, and more importantly, it is manifested in the development and change of traditional architecture. It not only adheres to the essence of traditional architecture, but also effectively integrates modern architectural elements and modern design elements, and changes the function of traditional architecture. The new Chinese style residence should be done according to the consumption thoughts of modern people, serving consumers and expressing consumers'individuality rather than Designers' individuality. The school's architectural style concept integrates the international elements of modern lifestyle planning and design, and tends to blend in the design style, referring to a number of Western-style residential methods in the design.
Modern improvement is a variety of Chinese villa decoration and design used in the market. It not only preserves the essence of Chinese villa, but also introduces the elements of modern architecture, making it more comfortable to live in.
Simulated landscape design of Jiangnan gardens has strong flavor of Jiangnan. Chinese gardens advocate conforming to nature. Although they are artificial landscapes, they imitate nature and pay attention to the harmony and unity between man and nature. Chinese gardens take landscape gardens as the basic way, trying to separate nature and man-made ingeniously and satisfactorily, and invent a natural warm, warm and elegant living space.
Most of the Chinese villas in Jiangnan gardens have created their own sophisticated, elegant and freehand gardens in Suzhou. The composition of this architectural form is an invention of human attachment to nature, pursuing harmony with nature, beautifying and perfecting their living environment in densely populated cities and cities lacking natural scenery. The gardens are full of calligraphy, stone carving, decoration, flower and tree implications, stone-folding sentiments and so on. They are not only exquisite works of art decorating gardens, but also store a large number of historical, cultural, ideological and scientific information, material content and physical content are extremely profound.
In the design, the traditional Chinese architectural style and elements are applied to participate in the traditional Chinese symbols such as wood carving, stone carving, brick carving and so on. In particular, it is worth mentioning that Chinese architecture should not be a simple simulation of architectural symbols, but should highlight the deep cultural connotation and historical connotation of architecture.
Chinese symbols emphasize the imitation of the "romantic charm". Through the details of some Chinese style villa, the rich Chinese culture is merged into it. The essence of Chinese style is its essence.
Simulate the traditional style of courtyard in the north. Most residential buildings in China are courtyard dwellings, but there are differences between the north and the south. The courtyards in many areas of the south are mostly built around buildings, and they are connected at the four corners of the courtyard. The houses on the four sides of the courtyard do not exist independently. Under the building enclosure, the residential courtyard in the south is generally smaller, known as the "patio"; while the courtyard in the north is spacious and comfortable, the houses on each side are independent, and there are corridors connecting with each other, so they should live.