1. The characteristics of Hui architecture are mainly embodied in such architectural entities as village dwellings, ancestral temples, archways and gardens. Its style is distinct as a large number of traditional residential villages. From site selection, design, appearance, structure, planning to decoration and beautification, it reflects the mountain characteristics, willingness and regional decoration tendency of Huizhou.
2. The site selection of Huizhou villages mostly strictly abides by the traditional Chinese rules, surrounded by mountains and rivers, beautiful mountains and rivers, pursuing ideal living environment and artistic conception of mountains and rivers, and is known as "the village in Chinese painting". Influenced by the traditional concept of "water is the source of wealth", Huizhou people who were destined to merchants paid special attention to the "water mouth" of villages and constructed some unique waterway gardens. The combination of Huizhou-style residences is mostly multi-entrance courtyard type (the small ones are mostly triad courtyard type), which shows the characteristics of Huizhou people living together. Normally, they are sitting in the north and facing the south, relying on mountains and rivers, and stressing value. The plan is divided symmetrically by the central axis, with three rooms in a wide area, with halls in the middle and chambers on both sides. The front of the hall is called a patio, with lighting and ventilation. The courtyards are suited to cultivate the living space of self-sufficient families in depth. The appearance of the dwellings is integrated and aesthetic, with high walls blocked, Horsehead warped, uneven wall lines, black tiles and white walls, elegant and generous color. In terms of decoration, clean brick doors, stone carved leaky windows, wood carved crotch columns and buildings are integrated, making the house as exquisite as poems, which can be regarded as a major feature of Hui-style residence. Ancestral halls and archways in Huizhou are also important architectural styles in Huizhou architecture. All villages have ancestral halls, which are generally large and magnificent. The various archways scattered all over the country are an important part of the ancient Huizhou landscape.
3. As a traditional school of architecture, Hui architecture persists in its common artistic style, which integrates ancient elegance, simplicity and gorgeousness.
4. Brick carving, stone carving and wood carving with Hui style are abbreviations of three folk carving techniques. The three carvings of Hui School are typical of Shexian, Yixian and Wuyuan counties, and they are relatively well preserved. Mainly used for decoration of dwellings, ancestral halls, temples, gardens and other buildings, as well as ancient furniture, screen couplets, penholders, fruit trays and other crafts. The history of the three carvings originated in the Song Dynasty and reached its peak in the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Ming Dynasty carved rough ore, simple, ordinary as long as flat and shallow relief, with the help of line shape, but lack of perspective change, but emphasize symmetry, rich in decorative interest. In Qing Dynasty, Xin'an Painting School's technique of expression was absorbed in its composition and planning, and its artistic beauty was studied. Deep relief and round sculpture were used to advocate hollow-out effect. Some hollow-out layers were as many as ten layers, pavilions and terraces were thanked, tree-based landscapes, figures, animals, flowers, birds, insects and fish gathered in the same picture. They were exquisite, varied, clear and vivid, showing the excellent carving craftsmen. Artistic talent.
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