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Innovation and Visual Effects of Modern Waterscape Fountains

Publish Time:2019/03/21 News Number of views:770

In recent years, the water landscape in urban gardens has become one of the most active garden elements in the city. Taking the waterscape on the streets of Beijing as an example, this paper analyzes how the waterscape fountain in the construction of modern urban gardens inherits and innovates.

The combination of form and sound and enjoyable

There are many classic examples of Chinese traditional garden water fountains in this respect. For example, the Eight Sound Stream of Wuxi Jichang Park in Jiangsu Province. It has been diverted from Wuxi Huishan Mountian to the Jichang Park. Along the River, the road has been built into a stone road to make the water fall into the ramp and produce a resounding sound. Listening carefully, like the sound of the piano of different scale, so it get the name Eight Sound Stream.

The harp has made great breakthroughs in both form and sound, creating a theme waterscape with great national characteristics and local culture! The red harp arc outline is particularly beautiful under the green background, with a graceful posture and a strong visual impact. The splash of water forms a straight line to metaphorize the strings in reality, and the water silk is like a silk, making it easy for people to resonate emotionally when watching this scene. Although the piano is still, the water is flowing, so that the sound that cannot be heard can be seen in the splash of water, and it seems to be listening to a beautiful symphony.

Elegance and non-vulgar reflect the cultural nature

China’s ancientwaterscape fountain , known as “Elegant and free from vulgarity, the charm is infinite”, are often used to inherit and carry forward elegant cultural traditions, such as the familiar traditional gardens from the Ming and Qing Dynasties, the Sound of Flowing Water in Zhongnanhai, the Qishang Pavilion of the Qianlong Garden in the Imperial Palace, the Zhenqiu Pavilion of the Gongwang Palace… Although the area of the pavilions is only a few square meters to 10 several square meters, but it can be used to recreate Wang Xizhi’s rogue activities.

In short, the characteristics of Chinese ancient gardens not only incorporated Chinese historical geography and culture, but also absorbed modern gardens with their symbolic, philosophical and cultural characteristics. Adhering to the traditional water management and combined with the local culture, china’s modern gardens create a modern landscape of water that is rich in meaning.


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