Sustainability is understood to be one of the most important solution to environmental issues. Adjusting the microclimate elements around the building to ultimately achieve the building's own energy consumption is an important method for green building implementation. The aim of this study is to analyze the theory and methods of ancient people's regulation in the microclimate field through the study of the theoretical content of "Geomantic Omen", and then make a more valuable reference for modern microclimate regulation. This is a quantitative study whose methodology is based on theoretical analysis and experimental comparisons. The discussion part mainly includes comparison, analysis, and general discussion of the correlation between "Geomantic Omen" and modern microclimate theory. In the end, taking Ji'an Village, Jiangxi Province, China as an example to discuss the relationship between them. This research depicts that the traditional theory of "Geomantic Omen" has many inspiring significance for modern ecological architecture, especially in microclimate regulation.
Juntong Cui, Southeast University, China
Stream: Chinese Studies
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