The pavilion has a long history. As early as the Zhou Dynasty, there were pavilions. It has a history of 3000 years, but at that time it was a fortress to defend the frontier.
Let's talk about the pavilion today.
First, the earliest origin of pavilions was used for military purposes as defensive fortifications.
2. Traffic was limited in ancient times, and ordinary people did not have horses and carriages. They traveled on two feet. Once the weather changed abruptly, it was windy and rainy, and there was no place to hide.
It may be thought that the defensive fortifications at border crossings are relatively simple and easy to build. They can also shelter from the wind and rain. So they imitate to build a pavilion in the wilderness for rest and shelter from the wind and rain.
Short pavilions are built in five li and long pavilions are built in ten li. 3. Pavilions have different shapes and are very ornamental. People build pavilions in their own gardens. Royal families also build pavilions in palaces as buildings to add scenery to their ornaments. Du Mu described A Fang Gong in A Fang Gong Fu as "five steps, one floor, ten steps, one pavilion; Langyao Manhui, eaves and teeth pecking high".
” The grand palace buildings add pavilions and pavilions, which make them more spectacular and magnificent. For example, the imperial gardens represented by Yuanmingyuan, Haohe Garden, and the Jiangnan gardens represented by Zhuozhengyuan Garden and Liuyuan Garden are all pavilions, pavilions, pavilions and pavilions, with orderly locations and scenery.
It fully embodies the wisdom and skills of the Chinese people. Fourth, literati and refined scholars wrote poems, inscriptions and articles on the pavilion to express their feelings and express their hearts. Pavilions are also famous for their poems and articles. For example, Lanting is famous for Wang Xizhi's "Preface to Lanting Pavilion". Drunken Weng Pavilion is famous for Ouyang Xiu's "Record of Drunken Weng Pavilion" and Changsha's "Love Evening Pavilion" written by Chairman Mao Zedong. 5. In ancient times, relatives and friends said goodbye to each other, usually to the pavilion, reflecting the Chinese people's emotional and ethical character, such as "Liang Shanbo and Zhu Yingtai" in the eighteenth to send each other, has become a well-known beautiful story. Pavilion is not only a kind of architecture, but also a kind of culture. It is a skillful combination of architecture and ornamentation. It is a dialogue between architecture and poetry, which makes Pavilion spiritual and no longer rigid.
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