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Volume 119, 2017The Fifth International Multi-Conference on Engineering and Technology Innovation 2016 (IMETI 2016)
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Research of Chengdu modern industrial architectural heritage
College of Architecture and Environment, Sichuan University, Chengdu 610065, China
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It is industry, fruit of civilization, symbolizes the progress of the society of human beings. The industrial architectural heritage is an important part of the culture and signals the advance of the science and technology in the industry. The developing process of modern industry in Chengdu highlights the manufacturing progress in Sichuan even the inland China. With the development of the cities, the upgrade, the relocation and reconstruction of the enterprises, protecting the industrial architectural heritage has become a major case on the studying of the progressing procedure of manufacturing. A good conservation and reuse on the heritage will promote the economy and culture in the region. The article systematically elaborates the history of modern industrial development in Chengdu, summarizes the existing types of the architectural heritage in the industry; analyzes the layout, spatial form, styles; presents two representative industrial architectural heritage and a reformation area; points out current situation the heritage sits in and the protection measures on it, as well as its limitations and some related suggestion.
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