Routledge Handbook of Chinese Architecture

Routledge Handbook of Chinese Architecture

Social Production of Buildings and Spaces in History

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Taylor & Francis Ltd

11/2022

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9780415729222

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Introduction 1 Reassembling for a Chinese Architecture: Notes for a New Departure PART I: ANCIENT AND DYNASTIC TRADITION State Governance Over Building and City Planning 2 The Chinese City in the Service of the State 3 Typical Design Features of Ming Palaces and Altars in Beijing 4 Imperial Cities: Critical Changes in Urban Paradigm from Sui-Tang to Song 5 Yingzao Fashi: The Book and Methodical Issues for Studying It Literati Culture and Social Production 6 Literati Gardens of the Jiangnan Region: Characters and Mutations 7 Cang Lang Pavilion of Suzhou: Sentiment, Scenery, Aura, and Meaning 8 Landscape Urbanism: Urban-Rural Relations in Hangzhou of Southern Song China 9 Confucian Authority: Analysis of School-Temples at Imperial Academy of Beijing Folk Culture and Vernacular Practice 10 Fengshui Practice and Urban Development in Ancient China: An Outline 11 Yang Yunsong and the Jiangxi School of Fengshui Practice in Southern China 12 Carpentry In Vernacular Building Practice: The Master's Way 13 Vernacular Architecture: Themes and Variations Over a Large Country PART II: REPUBLICAN AND EARLY MODERN TRANSFORMATION The Arrival of "Architecture": Profession, Knowledge, and Education 14 Emergence of "Architecture": In the Reform Years of Late Qing Dynasty 15 The Architect as a Profession in Republican China: Rising Under the State Modern Building Practice: Style and Technology 16 Building Technology in Republican China and Its Historical Legacies 17 Chinese Classical Revival: Nanjing, Capital of Republican China (1910s-40s) Modern City Construction and Spatial Formation 18 From Hankou Town to Greater Wuhan: Urban Spatial Organizations in Early Modern China 19 Modern Edutainment Space: Public Parks in Early Twentieth-Century China PART III: SOCIALIST-MAOIST MODERNIZATION Spatial Construction and City Planning Under Socialist Ideology 20 Socialist Urban Planning in Mao's China (1949-1976) 21 Danwei and Socialist Urbanism Practice, Education, and Knowledge Production 22 The Design Institute in Mao's China (1950s-70s) 23 Architectural Education in China (1950s-1980s): Constructing and Deconstructing 24 Theories of Spatial Composition: Design Knowledge in China up to the 1980s 25 Liang and Liu: Strategies for Writing an Architectural History in the 1950s Architecture in Socialist China: Nationalism and Modernism 26 National Style: Thinking and Building for a New Republic in Beijing (1949-1959) 27 Towards a Regional Modernism in Chinese Architecture (1930s-70s) 28 For a Modernism: Huang and Feng at Shanghai's Tongji Architectural Programme 29 Building Canton Fair: Towards a Regional Modernism in Southern China (1950s-1980s) PART IV: CONTEMPORARY HISTORIES: CHINA IN THE WORLD Architects and the Issue of Autonomy 30 Critical Pragmatism: Architects as Refl exive Individuals in Contemporary China 31 Architects as Authoring Individuals: Y. H. Chang, Liu Jiakun, and Wang Shu State Design Institutes in the Reform Era 32 From Mao to Market: Evolution of the State Design Institutes in China 33 The Chinese Design Institute: A Critique of "Critical Thinking" CBDs: Global Spectacles 34 Objects in Territories Along Avenues: Spatial Planning in Beijing and Shanghai 35 Iconic Architecture in China (2000s): Historical Reading or Marxist Critique 36 Urban-Rural Development in China and a Way Forward With "New Urbanization" Geopolitical Differentiations 37 "Chinese Cultural Renaissance" and a Chinese Neoclassicism: Taiwan (1960s-80s) 38 Architects as Reflexive Individuals: Taiwan and Hong Kong Since the 1950s PART V: THEORIZATION Culture and Epistemology 39 Ten Lamps of Architecture in Chinese Culture 40 Deriving Architectural Theory From Chinese Philosophy: ThinkingWith Xunzi 41 Figuration: Writing, Memory, and Cities in Chinese Culture 42 Signs of Empire: Scale and Statehood in Chinese Culture Political Ethics 43 The State Function of Architecture 44 Political Space and Moral Statehood Methodology 45 Studies on Architecture of Ancient China: As in Part I 46 Perspectives on Architecture of (Modern) China: As in Parts II-V and Part I Appendix Timeline: Chinese History
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