Study of Landform-Reconstruction Method Applied to Architectural Forms in Cold Areas
Since the emergence of the practice of transforming architectural structures into landscapes, the relationship between architecture and the environment has gradually changed from one of binary to multivariate opposition. This chapter introduces topography and field theory in cold-region architectural design and discusses the responses of architectural structures to spaces and landscapes that are influenced by the extreme climate in cold regions through relevant case studies by blanking, simulating, and mixing architectural forms with landforms.
KeywordsLandscape architecture Cold region Architectural form Landform reconstruction
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