This paper is based on the analysis of two cases of cross-scale spatial design phenomena selected from ancient China. Referring to the ancient Chinese landscape, it tries to explore the application of topological thinking in spatial design. Under this key, the investigation will help not only to interpret the Chinese gardens but also to show the possibilities of Mathematical applications across applied arts and humanities, including their estensions to contemporary landscape architectural design.

Cross-scale in Ancient Chinese Landscape. An Exploration of Topological Thinking in Gardens Spatial Design

L. Liu;L. Cocchiarella
2019

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This paper is based on the analysis of two cases of cross-scale spatial design phenomena selected from ancient China. Referring to the ancient Chinese landscape, it tries to explore the application of topological thinking in spatial design. Under this key, the investigation will help not only to interpret the Chinese gardens but also to show the possibilities of Mathematical applications across applied arts and humanities, including their estensions to contemporary landscape architectural design.
18th Conference on Applied Mathematics. Aplimat 2019 Proceedings
978-80-227-4884-1
Cross-Scale, Ancient China, Landscape Design, Topological Thinking
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