The influence of art symbol of Ming Dynasty furniture on Contemporary Home Furnishing
Keywords:Chinese style, Ming Dynasty furniture, Modern home
AbstractNowadays, Chinese style is a hot topic. On the application of Chinese style in home design, Ming Dynasty furniture is indeed a classic in the history of ancient Chinese furniture, it reveals the excellent thoughts of Chinese culture, this symbol thought contribute to the Chinese style toward the international. The Art symbolic throughout penetrate the home design. Symbolic thought in various stages of the design is only slightly different form of expression, its connotation is the first design philosophy of China.
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