Chinese architecture

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Handy Guide for Appreciating Chinese Architecture in Singapore

Appreciating ancient Chinese architecture. Queti (雀替), a special feature of Chinese design, via Discover China

From another pinner: Appreciating ancient Chinese architecture. Queti (雀替), a special feature of Chinese design, via Discover China

Cutaways of 10 styles of Chinese buildings. http://www.visiontimes.com/2015/04/05/see-the-unique-anatomy-of-these-10-classical-chinese-buildings.html

See the Unique Anatomy of These 10 Classical Chinese Buildings

Architecture of Chinese style in Jiu Fen, Rui Fang, Taipei County, Taiwan

Architecture of Chinese style in Jiu Fen, Rui Fang, Taipei County, Taiwan,tea house(茶樓)

Summer Palace ~ Beijing, CHINA                                                                                                                                                                                 Más

This place could be used to enhance students learning with arcitexture and what the country might have in it!

The Cultural Spirit of Ancient Chinese Architecture (arts.cultural-china, 2013)

The Cultural Spirit of Ancient Chinese Architecture: Part 1 - China culture

In the mountainous regions of southern China, villages and towns are often built vertically, tier upon tier climbing up the hillsides to form a picturesque view. These are vernacular dwellings in Qianjiazhai in Xijiang District, a hilly village where buildings are constructed upon each other. From “Vernacular Architecture,” a volume of the Library of Ancient Chinese Architecture.

Qianjiazhai, Xijiang, China - In the mountainous regions of southern China, villages and towns are often built vertically, tier upon tier climbing up the hillsides

A Chinese Style garden with viewing pavilion , red bridge over fish pond in Guangzhou, China

Guangzhou, China (THE BEST TRAVEL PHOTOS)

Viewing pavilion , red bridge over fish pond in Guangzhou, China. Let us sit and gaze by the hour at the ever darting koi.

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