STUDY ON THE EVOLUTIONARY PROCESS OF CONSTRUCTION, HEATING MODE AND PLANE CONFIGURATION OF MANCHU RESIDENCES IN NORTHEAST CHINA

Dan YANG, Mahito NAKAZONO, Akira USHIJIMA
2018 Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)  
Based on the archaeological data and literature, this paper aims to clear the evolution of Manchu housing and kang. Sushen and Yilou people lived in a deep hole to resist cold Wuji and Mohe people lived in semi-underground house and with the evolution of the Kang Jurchen people began to live on the ground. In Qing Dynasty, the main room of Manchu residence has a change process that the number of room is from two to five. In general, there have a Solon Rod for worshiping heaven and a corn
more » ... n and a corn building for preserving grains in courtyard.
doi:10.3130/aija.83.209 fatcat:ed6mzbqpdjacdmqlox3uta74aa