Effect of Mingtang Culture Pattern on Architecture Layout of Tang Liuzhou East Pavilion

Li He*
Department of Urban Planning, Zhongkai University of Agriculture and Engineering, Guangzhou, Guangdong, 510225, P.R. China

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As an important cultural pattern, Mingtang affected the construction law of generation and inheritance of Chinese ancient architectural form. Further, it is proved that inherent relevance between cultural pattern and Tang Liuzhou East Pavilion. With function of not only post hostel, but education, recreation and landscape, it still shouldered mission of culture dissemination with political, cultural, landscape and living characteristic in mixed functions. According to relevant literature available, post hostel layout under this model influence was preliminarily discussed and offered new perspectives for architecture theory and innovation in new era.

Keywords: Architecture landscape, culture pattern, landscape, liuzhou east pavilion in tang dynasty.