The construction of Hui school, one of the most important schools of traditional Han construction, has always been emphasized by Chinese and foreign architects.
The three carving of Huizhou is the three abbreviation of Huizhou style stone carving, wood carving and brick carving. Huizhou ancient architecture is known as "no house, no carving," the reputation of any building, you can see the craftsman's three carving art.
Brick carving - the construction and decoration made of delicate grey carving bricks and delicate carving.
Brick carving is widely used in doors, doors, lintels, eaves, roofs, roofs and other places, making the building appear elegant and serious.
There is a saying in the construction of Hui Dynasty that if a house was built with twelve thousand silver pieces, the flowers would be seventy-two on the front of the house. Whether the poor or the rich, the front of the house had exquisite brick carvings, which shows how much the Hui people paid attention to the front of the house.
The surface of the door looks a bit like the word "Shang", which shows the mercantilism of Huizhou people.
Wood carving is mainly used for decoration of old buildings and household utensils.
Wooden carvings can be seen on the screen, windows, railings, beds, tables, chairs, tables and stationery used in daily life.
Huizhou woodcarving has a wide range of styles, including characters, landscapes, flowers, animals, insects and fish, as well as a variety of auspicious patterns. Compared with brick carving and stone carving, wood carving is more exquisite, every corner of the house can be breathtaking.
Stone carving - hard texture, rainproof and moistureproof, is mainly used in the construction of external space and the construction of load-bearing parts.
The magnificent stone archway, the charming rock lions, the small stone windows. All of them show the profound skills of Huizhou stone carving.
The style of Huizhou stone carving is restricted by the carving materials themselves, and it is not as messy as wood carving and brick carving, but mainly animal and plant images, Bogu patterns and calligraphy