Introduction to the development history of the villa house




Villa houses are mostly built in the suburbs or scenic spots. In ancient China, they were called Bieye and Bieguan. In the 3rd century, a stepped villa house appeared on the Italian hillside. There are villa houses in the Western Jin Dynasty in China, such as the Jingu villa house by Shi Chong in Luoyang.

In addition, the famous villa houses in the past dynasties include Wangchuan Bieye in Lantian and Wangwei in Tang Dynasty, Humble Administrator's Garden in Suzhou in Ming Dynasty, Jinyan Bieye in Hangzhou in Qing Dynasty and Shaoyuan in Beijing.

The most characteristic villa houses in modern times and modern times include: Flowing Water Villa House designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, Villa Savoye designed by Le Corbusier, etc. The main points of the villa design are: according to the scenery and local conditions, the layout is flexible, the body is light and the structure is simple.
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