Many people will ask what kind of Chinese classical style is. Here we will state the characteristics of Chinese classical style. You can combine some renderings of Chinese classical style. In this way, we can have a deeper understanding of Chinese classical style design
the interior design of Chinese classical style absorbs the characteristics of "shape" and "spirit" of traditional decoration in the aspects of interior layout, line shape, tone and the shape of furniture and furnishings. For example, it absorbs the composition and decoration of caisson, ceiling, hanging and sparrow in the interior of Chinese traditional wooden frame buildings, and the modeling and style characteristics of Ming and Qing furniture
Chinese classical style often gives people the feeling of historical continuity and regional context, which makes the indoor environment highlight the image characteristics of national cultural origin. China is a multi-ethnic country, so when talking about Chinese classical style, it actually includes national style. Due to different regions, climate, environment, living habits, customs, religious beliefs, as well as local building materials and construction methods, all ethnic groups have unique forms and styles, which are mainly reflected in layout, shape, appearance, color, texture and handling methods
the main feature of Chinese classical style is to take wood as the main building material, give full play to the physical properties of wood, create a unique wood structure or through bucket structure, pay attention to the principle of framing, standardize building components, pay attention to horizontal layout, use courtyard to organize space, use decoration components to divide and combine space, pay attention to the coordination between environment and architecture, and be good at creating atmosphere with environment. Use color decoration means, such as color painting, sculpture, calligraphy and arts and crafts, furniture display and other artistic means to create artistic conception
first, the content of Chinese elements
(I) Chinese furniture
every Chinese furniture is alive. Although it may be only a detail of the whole space, it can determine the temperament of this place anywhere
western design circles believe that "without Chinese elements, there is often no noble spirit." At present, one of the most fashionable home styles is based on Western decorative styles and furniture. Mixing one or two pieces of Chinese furniture often produces extremely beautiful effects
in fact, after thousands of years of inheritance, the Chinese furniture that can still be seen at present is already a classic after the waves washed away the sand, so it also has a high degree of integration. When we pay attention to Chinese furniture, in addition to considering its material, I'm afraid we should pay more attention to the Chinese household wisdom embodied in its internal design
cases are subdivided into supply cases, painting cases and book cases. The offering cases are usually displayed in the hall and are usually decorated with carvings. The case appeared in the sacred occasion, and the later painting case and book case are the daily life of case furniture, which can well reflect the aesthetic characteristics of Chinese literati
tables in Chinese furniture include long tables, square tables, desks, Kang tables, etc. The square table in the hall is the facade of a family. It usually needs good hardwood, with stable and dignified shape, meticulous workmanship and exquisite decoration. The desktop is usually 1m away, which is the social distance of ancient Chinese
chairs chairs of Chinese furniture include Taishi chairs, official hat chairs, and armchairs. Different chairs have different sizes, of which the Qing Taishi chair is the largest and is often placed in the main hall
bed at present, the Chinese bed we can see is a four column or six column shelf bed, which can be surrounded by curtains, and there is a top cover on the top of the bed. Does this mean "house in house"? Chinese style bed and arhat bed, a bit like a widened bench, without shelves, are usually used in the study during lunch break
Chinese style is no longer equated with old and rigid, but instead close to nature, simple, friendly, simple but with rich connotation. Attention to detail can highlight the effect. In terms of residential detail decoration, attention to decoration style with modern vision is very particular. Especially in houses where modern drama is a structure, it can often achieve the decorative effect of changing scenery step by step. This decorative technique brings rich visual effects to the space. Such furniture as screens, curtains, and head lifting cases are partially decorated by designers, showing the eternal beauty of traditional Chinese art
every piece of Chinese furniture is like a classic old song, which contains a deep charm in every flowing note. Only by savoring it carefully can we realize some philosophies. Its unique charm will also attract a lot of attention, but if the material, line and color are not matched in place, it is easy to receive the opposite effect. In order to better meet the requirements of living, choose the appropriate Chinese elements, In order to let the room exude elegant and fresh charm
(II) Chinese decoration
the decorative technique of traditional interior design is the embodiment of the implicit temperament of the Chinese people
bat, deer, fish, magpie and plum are common decorative patterns. The reason is that "bat" and "Fu" are homonymous, which can imply happiness; "Lu" and "Lu" are homonymous, which can imply thick salary; "Fish" is homonymous with "surplus", which can mean "surplus every year"
"plum blossom, orchid, bamboo, chrysanthemum", "three friends in winter" and other patterns are metaphors, which use some ecological characteristics of plants to praise human noble sentiment and conduct. Bamboo has "Festival", which means that people should have "integrity", plum and pine are resistant to cold, which means that people should not be afraid of violence and difficulties
similarly, pomegranate symbolizes having many children and grandchildren; Mandarin ducks symbolize love between husband and wife, while pine and crane indicate health and longevity
(III) Chinese design thought
the research and pursuit of the living environment by the ancient Chinese is far more elaborate than we imagined. Some of their interior design concepts coincide with today's most popular minimalism
1. It should be set up according to the appropriate design, and the essence lies in the body. In the Ming and Qing Dynasties, "appropriate" was the core concept and value standard of interior design. The explanation of domestic experts is: "it can be divided into three categories: first, it is suitable for local conditions, second, it is suitable for simplicity rather than complexity, and third, it is suitable for nature rather than carving. (new vision of environmental art design)"
Wen Zhenheng described bedroom design in "chronicles of long things": "Generally, there are bedrooms. First, there is only a small table in front of the bed, and there is no thing on it; second, there is a small square machine and a small cabinet; the room is clean and elegant, and it is as beautiful as a boudoir, which is not suitable for secluded people to sleep in the clouds and dreams."
2. Eliminate extravagance. After painting, delete complexity refers to removing overly complex decorations. In fact, it is also very important to eliminate extravagance. Nowadays, when many designers mention people-oriented, they think it is "putting a cake around the neck". In fact, the inconvenience and convenience of people in home life complement each other. The extravagant pursuit of "you can eat the cake around your neck as soon as you bow your head" may have a negative effect
"plain after painting" is Confucius' words, which is his view of beauty. In Confucius' eyes, painting is the kind of beautiful effect dressed up, while element is the beauty of nature and temperament. Confucius believed that "element" should be more beautiful than "painting". This reflects the cultural pursuit of Chinese scholar bureaucrats of "great beauty without words, great form Is beyond shape invisible"
3. Due to the mutual borrowing of scenery
readers who have been to Suzhou Humble Administrator's garden know that one feature of this beautiful garden is "borrowing scenery". The tower built in the center of Suzhou city is cleverly "borrowed" to the garden
borrowing from each other because of the scenery reflects a holistic view of Chinese architectural design. Living room, residence, courtyard, small environment and large environment are considered together in order to achieve an artistic living environment