Landscape Architecture Renovation Design in Shu Road's Traditional Villages: A Case Study of Jiuxian Village Pavilion




Shu Road, Traditional Villages, andscape Architecture, Practical Research


This project, situated in Jiuxian Village, Dakang Town, Jiangyou City, Sichuan Province, is established on the remains of houses that collapsed during the 2008 Wenchuan earthquake. The goal is to create a rest area that also meets landscape aesthetic requirements. The pavilion design merges traditional and modern elements, balancing functionality, aesthetic value, and cultural significance. Rooted in a deep understanding of Sichuan residential architecture, the design emphasizes structural rationality and aesthetic expression. The resulting structure is both practical and artistically expressive, with a simple, elegant form enhancing stability through the combination of steel and wood, fostering a comfortable and warm atmosphere. The use of natural wood and steel in material selection increases the pavilion's appeal, eco-friendliness, and structural integrity. Beyond being an architectural entity, the pavilion serves as a cultural medium, seamlessly blending function and art. It inherits and promotes local architectural culture, reflecting modern architectural development concepts.