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VALUE OF PLANNING AND DESIGN OF BUDDHIST TEMPLES IN HEBEI PROVINCE, CHINA.

Abstract
By : Jian Jin, Jindi Yao, Jianxiang Wang

 
To raise public awareness of protecting Buddhist temples, this study considers Hebei Province of China as an example, and explores the value of architectural planning and design of Buddhist temples. After 11 Buddhist temples in Hebei Province of China are selected, the paper adopts a Delphi method and questionnaire survey method, establishes the value evaluation system from four dimensions: historical value, artistic value, scientific value, and sociocultural value; and calculates the value of the Buddhist templesí architectural planning and design according to expert rating. Research results indicate the following. Puning Temple, Jinhe Temple, and ShiEn Temple rank at the top because they are complete extant ancient buildings and have beautiful architectural styles. Chongguang Temple and other Buddhist temples have low comprehensive score because they are severely damaged and other reasons. The comparative study indicates that Buddhist temples at different historical periods have different architectural heritage values, and different influencing factors exert different effects on the architectural heritage value. The study establishes an evaluation indicator system, studies the value of Buddhist templesí architectural planning and design, and achieves certain innovative research perspective. The evaluation of the value of Buddhist templesí architectural planning and design can help the public gain a better understanding of the value of temple architectural culture. This understanding benefits the preservation of the temple building heritage.
Keywords: Buddhist Temple, Artistic Value, Heritage Value, Planning and Design.

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