GENUINE CONSTRUCTING: AN ADAPTATION EXPRESSION OF CLIME PRACTICE
贺龙 张鹏举 He Long Zhang Pengju
genuine constructing; clime; adaptation
In the specific design process, the basic problems of architecture are often reflected in the diverse geographical resources, climate, tradition, economy, social life and other subtle considerations. Using honest attitude and genuine strategy to adapt to them is the values and action guidelines that architecture design has to maintain. This paper takes the clime practice of Inner Mongolia as an example, interpreted the adaptive expression of genuine constructing in the specific case, and believed this kind of genuine constructing attitude and strategy can be consciously integrated into the building, therefore, ultimately transformed into a unique geographical character.