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Research on the Application Strategy of Mount Tai Culture in the Courtyard Design of Tai'an Home Stay

Mount Tai Scenic Area is located in Tai'an City, Shandong Province, and is known as the "Five Sacred Mountains". Starting from the two directions of gardening art method and modern courtyard landscape design, this paper probes into the essence of spiritual connotation and construction method, analyzes the existing problems and development trend requirements of modern courtyard landscape design, puts forward the design language enlightenment of Tai'an homestay courtyard in space, artistic conception and element direction by combining the case of Tai'an courtyard, and discusses the limitations and relevance of traditional gardening art method in modern application through the relationship between the two, From the perspective of space experience construction, the specific application methods of integrating courtyard design are proposed. The main purpose of this study is to comb the application strategies for regional courtyard landscape design and provide systematic services for courtyard design. Through research, it is found that traditional gardens and modern garden landscapes are highly similar. Mount Tai gardens, whether in design philosophy or garden building methods, could summarize and form a theoretical system of specific application methods in five aspects, namely, "site selection, cultural thoughts and artistic conception experience, space combination, detail elements, formal beauty, and metaphorical expression", based on the design connotation and created space feelings, a new idea of homestay courtyard landscape design was explored and it has the significance of the times and covers local characteristics and is not restricted to external forms. The results of this study provide valuable information for application strategy of Mount Tai culture in the courtyard design of Tai'an home stay.

Mount Tai Culture, Gardening Methods, Homestay Courtyard Design, Space Experience, Application Method

APA Style

Shaohua Liu, Yan Sun, Tao Liu, Xiaoyu Chen. (2023). Research on the Application Strategy of Mount Tai Culture in the Courtyard Design of Tai'an Home Stay. International Journal of Architecture, Arts and Applications, 9(1), 20-28. https://doi.org/10.11648/j.ijaaa.20230901.14

ACS Style

Shaohua Liu; Yan Sun; Tao Liu; Xiaoyu Chen. Research on the Application Strategy of Mount Tai Culture in the Courtyard Design of Tai'an Home Stay. Int. J. Archit. Arts Appl. 2023, 9(1), 20-28. doi: 10.11648/j.ijaaa.20230901.14

AMA Style

Shaohua Liu, Yan Sun, Tao Liu, Xiaoyu Chen. Research on the Application Strategy of Mount Tai Culture in the Courtyard Design of Tai'an Home Stay. Int J Archit Arts Appl. 2023;9(1):20-28. doi: 10.11648/j.ijaaa.20230901.14

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