Art and Design, Vol. 5, Issue 4, Sep  2022, Pages 31-38; DOI:

Research on the Online Experience Workshop Design of Beijing Carved Lacquerware from the Perspective of Service Design

Art and Design, Vol. 5, Issue 4, Sep  2022, Pages 31-38.


Linxue Lyu 1,2*

1 College of Art/Digital Media Art, Beijing Union University, Beijing, China

2 Art Department, International College, Krirk University, Bangkok, Thailand

Received: 31 May 2022; Accepted: 19 June 2022; Published: 5 August 2022

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Beijing carved lacquerware is an important category of Chinese lacquer craft, which has unique craft value, cultural value and experience value. However, its value transformation is an important and urgent issue at present. This paper adopts the method of service design, taking “Qi xi” online experience workshop as a sample, creates the online experience cultural space of Beijing carved lacquerware, expands the breadth and depth of its contemporary inheritance, and then provides a new overall solution for the creative transformation of traditional crafts.


Service Design, Beijing Carved lacquerware, Online Experience Workshop


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