Context and Shelter: An Exploration of Domestic Space

  • Rongrong Gao
  • David Marc Schafer
  • Paijit Ingsiriwat
Keywords: Residential Design, Family Life Cycle, Interior Design, Spatial Flexibility



With the rapid development of China's economy, people have higher and higher requirements for housing. The phenomenon of reverse urbanization appears, and more young people come to live in rural areas. The Chinese government strongly supports rural development, and the economic conditions of rural residents are gradually getting better. Residents have more expectations for a comfortable living environment, so I focus on rural housing design. Taking the rural areas of Dandong, Liaoning province, my hometown, as the research area, and the traditional Chinese trunk family as the research object, a house is designed and built in this area to meet the living needs of the trunk family. This paper is divided into three parts: research and analysis part, residential design, and interior design. Complete this article in a way that leads to design generation and presentation through research and derivation.


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