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 ADR  Vol.9 No.2 , May 2021
Heritage Conservation and New Plan of the Deshou Palace Block
Abstract: This article is on the basis of reading much historical document and bookmaking, researching the formation, the background and the geography of the Deshou Palace, and mainly carries research on its location, layout spatial processing, creating artistic mood, and so on. These are useful references to modern urban and architecture design and construction. The conservation of historical sites is not only to satisfy the people’s nostalgia for history and culture, but also to continue and meet the needs of urban life. In the conservation and planning of the Deshou Palace, historic sites are the uninterrupted scene of modern life, which makes our lives closely integrated with history, geography and culture. Because of the rational urban design, the relic culture blends with the modern urban life, and a new viable district is formed.
Cite this paper: Sun, P. (2021) Heritage Conservation and New Plan of the Deshou Palace Block. Art and Design Review, 9, 148-155. doi: 10.4236/adr.2021.92013.
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