Planning and Designing Multi-function Commercial Space of Chinese Wonderland

Abstract

The global economy has increased vigorously especially tourism industry. Tourism is one of the most effective way to grow local businesses. To attract more tourists, the food and culture of the destination must be special so that it is worth visiting. This study done in Yang Shuo of Mainland China. By adding the brand "Shan Shui Tea House", combined with indigo dye and tea culture of the Southwest Minority Nationality and planed into a more systematic multi-functional commercial space. This combination provides tourists with a comprehensive service and spatial experience. This study is going to explore and discuss the following intentions: 1. Explore the combination of Southwest Minority culture, specialty of sales department and dining area and other related documents. 2. Analyze the developing structure of multi-functional commercial space. Combine with local historical and vocabulary culture to present the unique of space.3. Designing an effective structure and methods that is full of local culture characteristics by adding the brands of Chinese Wonderland and “Shan Shui Tea House”.This design focused on restoring and re-planning the multi-function of sales department and dining area in Chinese Wonderland. Using the brand image to generalize the local specialties and gourmet cultural. Provide tourists a series of service to create a comfortable atmosphere by combining with the natural beauty in Yang Shuo and appreciate the beauty of the trip.



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Hong En Lim, Chung Yuan Christian University, Taiwan
Tsann-Chung Wu, Chung Yuan Christian University, Taiwan
Yi Ting Lim, Chung Yuan Christian University, Taiwan

Paper Information
Conference: ACP2020
Stream: Linguistics, Language & Psychology/Behavioral Science

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