Art and Design, Vol. 5, Issue 4, Sep  2022, Pages 7-13; DOI:

Cultural Survey on Inheritance, Protection and Restoration of Modern Hakka Traditional Architecture and Decoration

Art and Design, Vol. 5, Issue 4, Sep  2022, Pages 7-13.


Zhenyu Li 1* ,

1 Lin Fengmian Academy of Fine Arts, Jiaying University, Meizhou, Guangdong, China

Received: 15 June 2022; Accepted: 13 July 2022; Published: 4 August 2022

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From the collapse of the current situation of Hakka traditional buildings and the fragmentary of many traditional buildings, traditional buildings and decorations need to be protected, inherited and repaired. The protection, inheritance and restoration of Hakka architectural space and decoration are considered from the perspective of the formation of geomantic omen and original ecological space of Hakka traditional architectural space decoration, the formation of Hakka architecture and decoration and folk customs. Through the application of regional materials in Hakka traditional architectural space, the natural decorative form and influence are formed; The influence of the layout and decoration of Hakka architectural space on the traditional architecture and decoration; The influence of Menbang culture on the shrines, couplets and partition fans of Hakka traditional architectural space; The influence of folk belief on traditional space and decoration; Analyze how to define the style and time of Hakka traditional architectural culture and decoration; Put forward the strategy of protection, inheritance and protection of traditional architecture and decoration; Integrate the characteristics of the environment and materials of Hakka traditional culture, restore the ancient Hakka architecture and traditional environment, return to the ancient Hakka living environment and decoration in the architectural space, and form a decorative and ecological view of the architectural space environment. Combined with the visits to architectural cultural relics in the current era. This paper analyzes the impact of several aspects of Chinese ancient culture on architecture and decoration from the perspective of culture, and examines the significance of protection and inheritance from the perspective of modern cultural tourism, and puts forward the thinking of fully understanding the factors of the formation of Hakka traditional architecture and decoration, and examining the inheritance, protection and restoration of traditional architecture through participation and use and in combination with cultural tourism.


Feng Shui, Chinese Five Colors, Practical, Menbang Culture, Device to Carry Channel, The Law of Heaven and Earth, The Unity of Heaven and Man, Participation and Use


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