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Villager Autonomy Management Mode with Multiple Disciplinary Support
Pages: 75-79
Year: Issue:  4
Journal: Decoration

Keyword:  Multi-disciplinaryrural reformvilager autonomy management mode;
Abstract: China’s rural development planning is not only signiifcant to the economy from tourism, but also for the inheritance of rural culture by the maintain-ing the value of the vilage environment. However, due to the rapid transformation of the rural economic policies, ageing population, and serious vilages’ desolation, single minded mode of vilage urbanization leads to a deterioration of the history, culture and environment. This study of vilage renovation and its development mode is particularly important. This paper reveals the construction process, organization mode, time, individual characteristics, and especialy the characteristics vernacular architecture based on the “critical regionalism” of Kenneth Frampton. It also investigates how economy is functioning through the architectural design. The students, and teachers of various professional background conducted several visiting and participation in the public forums North Vilage of Yanqing District in Beijing. They support the exploration of the resurrection of rural culture, and the multi-disciplinary combination of design aided by self-renewal and management of the rural community. The design process integrates several professionals, such as artistic visual infection, the digital media, as indispensable piece in the age of the Internet. By the establishment of rural websites, App and other tourism software network, tourism product design, other means of publicity, Architectural design is no longer limited,. They affectively inlfuence the transformation of the vilage and laid out the foundation of new mode of vilage renewal and management.
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