The Pavilion is one of the traditional wooden monolithic buildings. A pavilion built by the roadside for pedestrians to rest. It is widely used in landscape architecture because of its lightweight shape, unrestricted material selection and flexible layout. Open Na Pavilion Pavilion or Beiming Pavilion often built in gardens or parks, often supported by pillars on the roof.
1. Pavilions for pedestrians to shelter from rain or rest.
Tang Dumu's poem "Drunk Down" reads: "Fairy clouds in sunshine and sky are all sent to the emissary in the pavilion."
Ming Lucai's "Pearl Story Yufang": "Yanwei, burning and spoiling, how to play with my pavilion, drunk lotus wind and green depend on each other."
Xia Yan's "Biography of Qiujin" prologue: "The right hand is half of the pavilion, which cuts across the stage is a broken slate road." One
"Suixian Chronicle" in 1989: "Yuan Jiashan (Yuan Keli Biye),... There is a mountain gate in front, a hall in front, and a pavilion behind.
2. There were two pavilions, East and West, in Duolun County, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region.
Poetry No. 3 of Boqi's Book of Rising Autumn Day in Yuan and Zhou Dynasties: "Within a thousand miles of the pavilion, there are a list of things facing each other."
The Pavilion is transparent on all sides, open, without fans or boards. Such pavilions are called "pavilions". The Pavilion is convenient for viewing and is more suitable for cooling in hot summer.