Art and Design, Vol. 3, Issue 2, Jun  2020, Pages 36-45; DOI: https://doi.org/10.31058/j.ad.2020.32005 https://doi.org/10.31058/j.ad.2020.32005

Study on the Inheritance of Urban Landscape Art from the Perspective of Microclimate - Taking Yu Yin Shan Fang in Guangzhou as an Example

Art and Design, Vol. 3, Issue 2, Jun  2020, Pages 36-45.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.31058/j.ad.2020.32005

Zhenyu Guo 1 , Na Chang 1* , Jie Yin 1 ,

1 Academy of Fine Arts, South China Normal University, Guangzhou, China

Received: 29 February 2020; Accepted: 25 March 2020; Published: 13 May 2020

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Abstract

Taking the positive influence of Lingnan gardens in the ecological practice of Chinese classical gardens as the research background, this paper discusses the related influence of microclimate on human behavior in Lingnan gardens, refines the design rules and influencing factors, and aims to better apply it to modern landscape design. Taking Yu Yin Shan Fang, one of the four representatives of Lingnan gardens in Guangzhou, as the research object, through the method of structured observation, the paper emphatically analyzes the environmental characteristics of the site, the spatial layout and the perception of the viewer, and explores the spatial design strategy under the influence of microclimate. obtained three research results. First,Yu Yin Shan Fang  can create comfortable space under various natural conditions in the hot climate. No.  Second, the unique Lingnan architecture can effectively reduce the temperature. Third, although the spatial scale of Lingnan garden is small, the space and space are connected and open, forming a benign microclimate.

Keywords

Microclimate, Yu Yin Shan Fang, Structured Observation, Garden Space

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