China's Sacred Sites

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Himalayan Institute Press, 2007 - Architecture - 259 pages
The ancient Chinese developed building techniques that are astounding in their ability to match nature and endure for centuries. China's Sacred Sites presents a vision of architecture as a harmonious interaction of human culture and the natural world. Over 300 color photos and architectural drawings document some of the most remarkable achievements of mountainscape feng shui. The wisdom of these ancient builders is particularly relevant today as sustainable building practices and green design take architecture in new directions.

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Shunxun (architectural design theory, Beijing Inst. for Civil Engineering & Architecture) and Buffalo, NY, architect and teacher Foit-Albert have put together a handsome and informative book ... Read full review

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Mountainscape Culture and Feng Shui
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by Nan Shunxun
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by Nan Shunxun
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