Christian Schittich / 独步天下的建筑媒体人

“欧洲有句谚语:魔鬼隐藏于细节之中。我始终坚信:建筑的本质也是如此。设计是一个需从整体出发,进行局部处理并和整体联结的完整过程。细部既依附于建筑本体,又独立于建筑之外,反射社会与文化等诸多问题。建筑细部的设计不但要符合建筑自身的需要,同时为人提供尺度感知和审美感受,又使它成为联结人和建筑的桥梁。旅行对于我来说,也是联接人和世界的桥梁,大约三十年前,我有幸作为首批外籍自由旅行者曾经两次独自沿着古丝绸之路前行,穿越中国和巴基斯坦。随后,我出版了一本摄影行纪的方式来记录当时的印象和经历。今年我计划重走这条传奇路线,你想与我一道‘重启丝路’吗?“

In Europe, there is a saying: the devil is in the details. I have always believed that the nature of architecture is the same. Design is a complete process, which needs to be processed locally and integrated with the whole connection. The details are not only attached to the architecture ontology, but also independent of the building, reflecting the social and cultural issues. The design of architectural details should not only meet the needs of the building itself, but also provide the scale perception and aesthetic feeling, and connect with people. Travel for me is a bridging connection to the world. 30 years ago, I had the privilege to be one of the first foreigners to travel twice along the ancient Silk Road, from China to Pakistan. Later, I published a photographic tour to document the impressions and experiences. This year, I plan on returning to this legendary route again. Do you want to revisit the Silk Road with me?

photo by Christian Schittich 拍摄于20世纪80年代中期

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