The opening report is what we need to write when we write thesis. Everyone, let's take a look at the following garden design opening report.
Landscape Design Opening Report
Chinese classical gardens can be divided into royal gardens, private gardens, monumental gardens and temple gardens. But among the existing classical gardens, the number of temple garden buildings far exceeds the sum of royal gardens, private gardens and monumental gardens, and is more widely distributed than the other three gardens.
At the same time, the number of Buddhist temples occupies a large proportion in ancient buildings and wooden structures with the earliest construction time in China. Famous temple gardens include the "Eight Eight Temples" in Chengde Mountain Resort, the Confucian Temple in Qufu, Shandong, the Shaolin Temple in Songshan, Henan, and the Jinci Temple in Taiyuan, Shanxi. The Guiyuan Temple in Wuhan is located on the west side of Cuiwei Road in Hanyang District. jungle. This article expounds the impact of garden plant configuration and landscape design on temples, the importance of urban gardens, and explores the reflection of Zen mood in Chinese temple gardens.
In Wuhan today, the pace of modernization is very fast, but in the urban environment, there are still worrying problems. The rapid development of the city will inevitably bring environmental pollution, the lack of connotation in urban public space, and humanized design has become an empty talk.
How to meet people's spiritual needs and find a poetic public space has become an urgent issue. The study of Buddhist temple garden space art hopes to find a way or draw some inspiration to solve and guide the design of modern urban public space.
Inside the gate of the Guiyuan Temple in Wuhan is the Intermediate Courtyard. There are buildings such as the Bell and Drum Tower, Zhaitang, and Nianfotang, as well as the Cuiwei Spring, Cuiwei Ancient Pool, and Cuiwei Pavilion. The plum blossoms, sweet-scented osmanthus, magnolia, crape myrtle and other flowers in the courtyard are gorgeous, pine and cypress, palms and the bonsai of mountains and stones are beautiful, forming a pleasant "green delicate wonderland".
The Cuiweiquan here is crystal clear and inexhaustible. The wall next to the Cuiwei Pavilion is inlaid with a poem of "Cuiweiquan" in white light.
The scope of influence of Chinese Buddhism is not limited to Southeast Asia and even Europe. And some masters with great talents also intentionally or unintentionally have some amazing agreement with traditional Eastern thought. For example, the inseparability of matter and space, as clarified by the concept of "electromagnetic field" in Einstein's "General Relativity", is close to the Prajna Zen view of "Color is not different, empty is not different." The important concept of "atomic physics" by Ball and others met the Oriental Buddhist thought unexpectedly.
It can be seen that the powerful influence and vitality of Buddhist thought is worthy of study, and the temple garden space art, as the most direct manifestation of Buddhist thought, is being explored and studied by more people.
The goal and purpose of research:
Due to the existence of many unreasonable phenomena in the design of modern urban garden space, most of the design results mainly focus on the integrity of functions and the unity of forms. They do not delve into the beauty of the inner artistic conception and lack the need to understand people's spirit. This article describes in detail the temple garden landscape design and plant configuration, taking Wuhan Guiyuan Temple as an example.