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LUO Deyin
Tel: 86-10-62770314
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E-mail: luody@tsinghua.edu.cn

Luo is a professor of architectural history at the School of Architecture, Tsinghua University, Beijing. After completing his PhD in architecture in 2003, he has devoted to the research and protection of Chinese vernacular architecture and traditional villages. The products of his hard work during the past 20 years are over twenty books published from 2007 to present, such as Chinese Ancient Theaters, The Ancient Castles of Yu County, The Xianxia Trail, Traditional Villages: from Concept to Practice, Research and Practice of Vernacular Settlements. He roots his architectural thinking in agricultural civilization, which he thinks is the origin of Chinese culture. He develops his protection working in combination between modernity and tradition, which he thinks is the future of most traditional villages. Among his many practical projects, Xihe Village and Songyang County are two convincing cases.

 

LUO Deyin

School of Architecture, Tsinghua UniversityBeijing 100084 China

Tel: 86-10-62770314

E-mail: luody@tsinghua.edu.cn

 

REASEARCH AND TEACHING INTERESTS

Vernacular Architecture

Traditional Village

Architectural History

 

EDUCATION

Doctor of Engineering, School of Architecture, Tsinghua University, 2003

Master of Architecture, School of Architecture, Tsinghua University, 2000

Bachelor of Architecture, School of Architecture, Tsinghua University, 1997

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Lecturer (08/2003-12/2008), School of Architecture, Tsinghua University

Associate Professor (12/2008-12/2022), School of Architecture, Tsinghua University

Professor (12/2022-present), School of Architecture, Tsinghua University

Vice-chairman (09/2012-present), Committee of Chinese Traditional Villages, MOHURD

 

 

COURSES

1. Undergraduate

Vernacular Architecture (50 students in Spring)

2. Undergraduate

Architectural Design (10 1st-year students in Spring)

3. Undergraduate

Architectural Design (10 2nd-year students in Fall)

4. Undergraduate

Architectural Design (6 5th-year students in Fall)

5. Undergraduate

Thesis (3 5th-year students in Spring)

6.Graduate

Vernacular Settlements (15 students in Fall)

7.Graduate Joint-studio

Architectural Design (10 1st-year students in Spring, with Professor Xu Maoyan) 

8. Graduate

Orientalism and Vernacular Architecture (10 students in Fall, with Visiting Professor Vimalin Rujivacharakul) 

 

CONFERENCES

The 16th Chinese Academic Conference on Vernacular Architecture, Guangzhou, China, November 2008

The 17th Chinese Academic Conference on Vernacular Architecture, Kaifeng, China, December 2009

The 18th Chinese Academic Conference on Vernacular Architecture, Jinan, China, November 2010

Hoian International Symposium on Heritage, Hoian, Vietnam, October 2009

International Policy Forum on Urban Growth and Conservation in Euro-Asian Corrdior, Istanbul, Turkey, May 2010

The 1st CRCV (Conference For The Revival Of Chinese Villages), Xihe Village, Henan, China, April 2016

The 2nd CRCV (Conference For The Revival Of Chinese Villages), Zhongguan Village, Guizhou, China, November 2016

The 3rd CRCV (Conference For The Revival Of Chinese Villages), Taijiang, Guizhou, China, June 2017

The 4th CRCV (Conference For The Revival Of Chinese Villages), Shanhaitian, Shandong, China, September 2017

The 5th CRCV (Conference For The Revival Of Chinese Villages), Meixian, Guangdong, China, April 2018

The 6th CRCV (Conference For The Revival Of Chinese Villages), Liuba, Shanxi, China, July 2018

The 7th CRCV (Conference For The Revival Of Chinese Villages), Yongtai, Fujian, China, December 2018

The 8th CRCV (Conference For The Revival Of Chinese Villages), Dabu, Guangdong, China, June 2018

The 9th CRCV (Conference For The Revival Of Chinese Villages), Qinyuan, Shaanxi, China, June 2018

The 10th CRCV (Conference For The Revival Of Chinese Villages), Xiuwu, Henan Province, China, September 2019

The 11th CRCV (Conference For The Revival Of Chinese Villages), Rongchang, Chongqing City, China, November 2019

The 12th CRCV (Conference For The Revival Of Chinese Villages), Songyang, Zhejiang Province, China, May 2019

 

 

AWARDS

A Walkable River,a Livable Village-River Landscape Design of Xihe Village. Award of Excellence, Economic Viability. 2020 IFLA AAPME Awards

 

First-class Excellent Works-Residential Renovation Project of Hani People in Zhongzhai, Quanfuzhuang village, Yuanyang County, Honghe prefecture, Yunnan Province, Outstanding Works of Pastoral Architecture, 2015

 

Second-class Outstanding Example- Gaoyi Village Children's Library Project in Huitong County of  Huaihua in Hunan   Outstanding Example of Rural Architecture, 2016

 

RESEARCH & PRACTICAL PROJECTS

1. Village Protection. Two villages’ planning and implementation are undertaken since 2013. Among them, Pingtian Village (selected as a typical case of national rural tourism development in 2019 by National Development and Reform Commission), Xihe Village (selected as national eco-culture village in China Eco-Culture Association 2018), and Huanggang Village (selected in the World Heritage tentative list) gave become cases of national influence. Over dozens of village protection and development projects nationwide are presided over, including practice cases of Quanfuzhuang Village in Hani Terrace, Yunyang County, Yunnan Province; Xihe Village in Xin County, Henan Province; Pingtian Village and Jieshou Cillage in Songyang County, Zhejiang Province; Huanggang Village in Liping County, Guizhou Province; Gaoyi Village in Huitong County, Hunan Province; Songkou Town and Overseas Chinese Village in Mei County, Guangdong Province; Baihou Town in Dapu County, Guangdong Province; Zhutouzhai and Yuezhou Village in Yongtai County, Fujian Province; Jiaogong Village and Hongyang Village in Taijiang County, Guizhou Province; Huoshaodian Town in Liuba County, Shanxi Province; Hexi Village in Qinyuan County, Shanxi Province, Dananpo Village in Xiuwu County, Henan Province, etc.

2. Village Vitalization in Songyang County. We promoted village protection in Songyang county, Zhejiang province at a critical moment, helped the county apply for 75 traditional villages, making Songyang county one of the first Chinese traditional village protection and development demonstration counties of Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development of the People’s Republic of China (MOHURD) and the first traditional village protection and utilization demonstration area of State Administration of Cultural Heritage; Undertook the overall plan for the protection and utilization of traditional villages in Songyang county; Work in Songyang was reported in Foreign policy and the translation was published in Reference News. In 2015, proposed the top-level concept of "county specimens of classical China" for Songyang. Under this guidance, Songyang has become a national sample for village protection.

3. The Establishment of CRCV (Conference For The Revival Of Chinese Villages). In April 2016, it was planned and organized to hold a rural revival forum for the first time in Xihe Village, Xinxian County, Henan Province, sponsored by Tsinghua University's School of Architecture, China Poverty Alleviation Foundation and other institutions, thus creating the working mode of "village meeting": Version 1.0, discovering and realizing the outbreak effect of meeting events;  Version 2.0, to discover and realize the mechanism of meeting events forcing planning and construction, and to solve the problem of difficult landing of village planning that has long troubled the industry. Version 3.0 discovers and realizes the driving effect of conference events on training operations and explores a systematic path for rural revitalization. Nine sessions have been held in villages in different parts of the country, with 350-500 delegates each time, attracting more and more cooperative units to join, resulting in effective linkage effect and becoming the most sustainable influential village industry conference in China.

4. Research of Chinese Vernacular Architecture. China is a large agricultural country with a long history. The variety of its geography and the communication between its different parts also gave great influence to its vernacular architecture. So far the research on vernacular architecture, especially the relation between architecture and social life, is far from enough. Most scholars haven’t realized the value of vernacular culture.

5. As Professor Chen Zhihua said, Chinese Vernacular Architecture is the best historic evidence to eastern agricultural civilization. There are three cultural factors that have made China different from the west: clanism, pantheism and Keju (national exam for selecting officials). These three factors have responses in architecture respectively, which are ancestral halls, temples and educational buildings. Normally, the three types of buildings, which are combined with houses and others, assemble in one village to form an organic cultural system. A village should therefore be a basic unit to research or protect vernacular architecture in China. To collect and study villages in different places, different styles, different economic backgrounds, different ethnic groups and so on, we are then able to establish an integrated spectrum of Chinese Vernacular Architecture and Culture.

6. However, the fact is that we have no time to complete this important job, since China’s modernization comes so fast. Vernacular buildings locate mostly in countryside and with the large number of farmers entering cities as migrant workers, they bring city architecture back to their hometowns then they demolish the old houses to make rooms for the new. In 2006, the central government issued the policy of Building New Countryside. This policy has speeded up the demolishment of old buildings in villages throughout the whole country. A lot of traditional villages had been leveled before they were discovered by scholars.

7. Now we are standing at a critical point. During the next ten years, China will complete the change from traditional to modern. The mission of the scholars of my generation is to study and preserve Chinese vernacular buildings as many as possible.

8. Research Projects from MOHURD. For the long-term cooperation with the Ministry of Housing and Urban-rural Development,  commissioning by the Ministry of Housing and Urban-rural Development, a number of issues related to the protection and utilization of traditional villages are completed; the publication of Typological Collection of Traditional Chinese Dwellings, Analysis and Inheritance of Traditional Architecture in China, etc are participated. These projects include:

9. 1/ Technical Guide for Landscape Improvement of Traditional Villages     2013

10. 2/ Investigation and Technical Research on Traditional Residential Building Technology    2014

11. 3/ Research on Genealogy of Traditional Dwellings of Guangxi Autonomous Region, Chongqing Municipality, Sichuan Province, Yunnan Province, Tibet Autonomous Region and other regions   2014

12. 4/ Technical Guide for Regional Protection of Traditional Villages (Southeast Region)     2014

13. 5/ Research on Classification Pedigree Framework, Definition Standard and Classification Guide of Traditional Dwellings   2014

14. 6/ Research on the Construction Technology of Traditional Chinese Lift Beam Limber Structure Dwellings    2014

15. 7/ Preliminary Study on traditional Architectural Styles and Elements in Guangxi, Chongqing, Sichuan, Yunnan, Tibet and Guizhou   2014

16. 8/ Technical Guide and Case Analysis on the Protection of Traditional Chinese Villages (Renovation of Traditional Buildings)                 2015

17. 9/ Analysis on Construction Technology of Traditional Chinese Beam Lifted Dwellings   2016

18. 10/ Research Organization, Site Selection, Defense and Other Aspects of the Shooting Outline of Wisdom of Traditional Chinese Architecture in Early Stage       2016

19. 11/ Summary and Promotion of Traditional Village Protection Demonstration        2017

20. 12/ Survey and Compilation of Traditional Beam and Timber Structure Building Construction Technology 2017

21. 13/ Overall Study on the Analysis and Inheritance of Traditional Architecture          2017

22. 14/ Research on the Cultural Value of Traditional Chinese villages 2017

23. 15/ Investigation and Research on Construction Techniques of Traditional Folk Dwellings in Eastern Fujian 2018

24. Digital Library of SRCA. The Society for Research in Chinese Architecture, established by Zhu Qiqian in 1930, was led by Liang Sicheng and Liu Dunzhen form 1931-1945. This project was a collaborative research processed from 2000-2003 by three departments: School of Architecture, Library of the university and Department of Computer Science. As one of the main members, I was in charge of resource collecting, metadata standards constituting (with librarians) and mark-up regulating Traditional architecture investigation in Hong Kong (twice, 1998 & 2000). Led by Professor Guo Daiheng, I was a member of her team.

25. Research and Practice of Vernacular Settlements is a book that combines the basic research based on settlements with the practical work of the author in the protection and development of villages and towns in recent years, so as to explores the path of the overall research and effective protection of the local settlement heritage. This book is the course material of "Research on Rural Settlement" of School of architecture, Tsinghua University, it is mainly suitable for undergraduates and postgraduates majoring in urban and rural planning, architecture, landscape architecture and other related majors in ordinary colleges and universities for reference study, and it can also be used as a reference book for cultural heritage designers.

26. Reading Chinese Villages is a book that gathers more than 30 article by the author in the Luo Deyin column of WeChat public's "landscape reading". It is roughly divided into four categories. The first is the interpretation of countryside culture. The second is the analysis of practical cases. The third is the reflection and summary of "meeting in the countryside ". The fourth can be said to be another way of case analysis, focusing on the perspective of people. These are all original articles. They are the experiences of the author in the protection, research and rural renaissance of traditional villages summarized through the forum. It has enlightening and guiding significance for the current rural construction and the protection of traditional villages, and is narrated in the way of listening to books in the column of landscape reading, which is concise, interesting and readable.

27. The Xianxia Trail is a 4-year research project that results into 5 books. Xianxia Trail is an overland connection of the Qiantang River to the Min River. These two rivers were most important in history of China next to the Yangtse River and the Yellow River. The trail is 120 kms long and it gave great commercial influence to the towns, villages and temples alongside. These settlements and buildings show us a perspective quite different from what we have known about traditional (and agricultural) China. Xianxia trail is also an extended part of the Ocean Silk Road. The five books were published by Shanghai Sanlian Bookstore.

28. Doctoral dissertation: An Architectural Study on Chinese Ancient Opera-buildings. The dissertation discusses the architectural form of ancient theatres and its historic transition. It also concerns relevant factors in society, economy and religion. Watching drama was an important festival activity in history of China, especially in the Northern Song dynasty (960-1127), when Li-Fang System slacked and urban economy rose.

29. Castles in Yu County is a book that studies the castle-villages in Yu County , which are evidences to the historic conflicts between the agricultural and the nomadic. In the Ming dynasty (1368-1644), given the frequent intrusion from northern nomadic troopers, the Chinese Central government decided to rebuild the Great Wall and adopted the policy of station troops (Tun Jun) so as to protect the capital. The people along the frontiers built a large number of castle-villages for self-defense. In the Qing dynasty (1644-1911), the military function of these castle-villages was weakened while the living and commercial function was more in need. Public buildings of different types and scales, such as temples and opera-buildings, emerged inside and outside the castles. Yu County is the only place that has preserved so many castle-villages and their affiliated buildings in China.

30. Two Ceramic villages: Saningkou & Zhaoxian is a book that studies  two villages of porcelain production. Sanqingkou Village is located in Southeast China while Zhaoxian Village in North China. The villagers lived on porcelain production from about 1700 until 1990s A.D. All kinds of their buildings, including the ancestor hall, the temples, the houses, the kilns, the factories and so on, are disposed according to porcelain production. The comparison between them is interesting and instructive, since they are different in architectural style, production and the social structure.

31. Hani Terraces Villages. Hani people have a long history of living in the Ailao Mountains to the south of Hong River. Since they had never invented text before 1950s, however, their settlements’ history relied only on wizards’ memory and villagers’ oral transferring. This resulted in the difficulty for the scholars nowadays to know the construction and development of a Hani village. In the Quanfu Middle Zhai, a young and modern Hani village that emerged 47 years ago, it is possible for us to interview the early residents who have been living here since the beginning of the village. Based on this, we may analyze in detail its birth and development.

 

Journal Papers

1. Sun N, *Luo D*, Tang W, 2022, From Plan to Practice: The Revival of Pingtian Village in Songyang County of Zhejiang Province in China. Journal of Chinese Architecture and Urbanism, 4(2):177. http://dx.doi.org/10.36922/jcau.v4i2.177

2. Research on Beiguan Castle, Nuanquan Town. SHI Hongmao, LUO Deyin*, ZHANG Jie. World Architecture, 2022(09):09-13

3. Luo Deyin, Tang Wen. From a Village Road to Public Space: Evolution of the Triangle Plot in Pingtian Village. New Architecture,2022(08):130-135

4. Luo Deyin. Guanqian Wharf: A Shipping & Rafting Village of Upper Minjiang River. World Architecture, 2021(08):76-81

5. LUO Deyin, SUN Na, FU Yunuo. The Songyang Path of Village Preservation and Rural Vitalization. Architectural Journal, 2021(01):01-08

6. Wang Zhiru, Luo Deyin. Study on Practice of Beautiful Village Residence in Shandong Under the Backgroud of Rural Revitalization——Taking Sunlong Village in Yi'nan CountyShandong as an Example[J]. City &House, 2019(03):25-30.

7. Luo Deyin. Art to Villages: Infinite Future, Long Time Ahead [J]. Art observation, 2019(01):27-28.

8. Wang Heng, Luo Deyin. Analysis on Interactive Experience Landscape Construction of Traditional Villages——A Case Study of Landscape Construction Practice in Qiaoxiang Village[J]. City &House, 2018, 25(12):39-42.

9. Wang Zhiru, Luo Deyin. Research on Protection and Renewal of Traditional Villages Promoted by Conference Events——A Case Study of the Qiaoxiang Village in Meixian District, Guangdong[J]. City &House, 2018, 25(12):28-33.

10. Wang Zhiru, Luo Deyin. A Way of Rural Revitalization Based on Conference Events: A Case Study of the Qiaoxiang Village in Meixian District, Guangdong Province [J]. Development Of Small Cities & Towns,2018,36(07):5-10+62

11. Li Junjie, Luo Deyin. Tradtional Villages Need “Weak Landscape”—— Exploration On The Practice Of Traditional Village Landscape Construction[J]. Landscape Architecture, 2018, 25(05):26-31.

12. Luo Deyin. Can Traditional Villages Become Characteristic Towns? [J]. Tourism Tribune, 2018, 33(05):4-6.

13. Chen Mengyuan, Luo Deyin. Discussing The Significance Of Conference Event To The Implementation Of Rural Planning: A Case Study Of Taijiang County In Guizhou Province [J]. Urbanism and Architecture, 2018(13):21-24.

14. Luo Deyin. The Role of Exploratory Rural Architectural Design in the Protection of Rural Heritage -- Caprice by the Judges of the Second Rural Architecture Award [J]. Development Of Small Cities & Towns, 2017(10):9-11.

15. Luo Deyin, Li Junjie. Architectural Wisdom and Space Order of Big Countries [J]. Survey and Design of China, 2017(05):30-35.

16. Luo Deyin. Why is Creativity so Important in the Countryside [J]. Development Of Small Cities & Towns, 2017(03):17-19.

17.  Yang Yuliang, Luo Deyin, Sun Na. Study on Spatial Feature of Multi-ethnic Settlement in Multiscale on the South Bank of the Yuanjiang River [J]. South Architecture, 2017(01):34-39.

18. Luo Deyin. Let Rural Heritage Return to People’s Life[J]. New Architecture, 2016(04):18-22.

19. Luo Deyin. Planning Practice of Traditional Villages -- Take West Kawamura as an Example[J]. Development Of Small Cities & Towns, 2016(07):19-22.

20. Zhou Lina, Luo Deyin. The Hakka Settlements Beside Upper Reach of Hanjiang River: The Research of Traditional Villages in Meizhou [J]. South Architecture, 2016(01):24-27.

21. Li Junjie, Luo Deyin. Return to the Way of Landscape Construction in Traditional Villages without Landscape Architects——Landscape Construction Practice of Xihe Village in Xin County [J]. Vernacular Landscape, 2015(12):80-88.

22. Luo Deyin. Popularization and Industrialization of Village Protection[J]. Development of Small Cities & Towns, 2015(11):22-24.

23. Luo Deyin, Wang Lujuan, Zhou Liya. The Way Out for Traditional Villages [J].Urban Environment Design, 2015(Z2):160-161.

24. Luo Deyin. Xianxia Ancient Road: the Ancient Commercial Road Connecting Zhejiang and Fujian Province[J].China Culture Heritage, 2015(02):94-102.

25. Luo Deyin. Village Conservation: The Activation of Architectural Minds as the Key [J]. New Architecture, 2015(01):23-27.

26. Luo Deyin. The Establishment of Chinese Traditional Villages [J].World Architecture, 2014(06):104-107+118.

27. Luo Deyin, Sun Na. Li-chathe Eight Trigrams Village: Living With Flood [J]. South Architecture, 2014(01):30-33.

28. Sun Na, Luo Deyin. Notes of Remodeling for Hani Folk House [J]. Architecture Journal, 2013(12):38-43.

29. Luo Deyin, Huang Jing. Business History Investigation of Shanxi Merchants and Qingxu County in Qingyuan City [J]. China Ancient City, 2013(09):48-54.

30. Luo Deyin, Sun Na. Surveys and Analyses of Three Hani Villages[J]. Community, 2013(01):88-97.

31. Luo Deyin, Huo Xiao Wei & Zhang Jingjing, “A Research on Songyuanxia Village”, Community, vol 53. January, 2013.

32. Zhang Jingjing, Luo Deyin & Huo Xiao Wei, “The Ancestral Hall and the Ancestral Activities of Songyuanxia Viillage”, Community, vol 53. January, 2013.

33. Zhang Jingjing, Luo Deyin & Huo Xiao Wei, “A Research on Guihutang Village”,Community, vol 53. January, 2013.

34. Luo Deyin & Sun Na (mistaken as Huo Xiaowei, Zhang Jingjing & Qi Xiaojin), “Traditional Settlements of Hani, Yi, Dai and Zhuang Nationalities in Yuanyang County, Yunnan Province”, Community, vol 53. January, 2013.

35. Luo Deyin & Sun Na, “Surveys and Analyses of Three Hani Villages”, Community, vol 53. January, 2013.

36. Luo Deyin & Sun Na, “Quqi-A Zhuang People’s Village”, Community, vol 53. January, 2013.

37. Sun Na, Luo Deyin & Huo Xiao, “A Comparative Study on Traditional Dwellings of Hani, Yi, Dai and Zhuang Nationalities in Yuanyang County, Yunnan Province”, Community, vol 43. March, 2011.

38. Luo Deyin, Sun Na & Huo Xiao, “The Construction of a Hani Village: A Historical Study of Quanfu Middle Village, Yuanyang County, Yunnan Province”, Community, vol 43. March, 2011.

39. Luo Deyin, Sun Na & Li Ting, “An Analysis on Multi Holy Woods vs Single Moqiu Field in Quanfu Hani Village, Yuanyang County, Yunnan Province”, Community, vol 43. March, 2011.

40. Luo Deyin & Yin Lu, “The Interaction between Field Work and Library Work: In the case study of the Qinghu Wharf”, World Architecture, vol 247. January, 2011.

41. Yin Lu & Luo Deyin, “The Agricultral Elements in the Evolvement Mechanism of Chinese Traditional Villages”, South Architecture, vol 140. December, 2010.

42. Mao Ge & Luo Deyin, “A Research on the Village Emtrances of Longji”, Treatises on Architectural History. Vol 26. June, 2010.

43. Luo Deyin, “The Sanqingkou Ceramic Viallge”, Treatises on Architectural History. Vol 24. February, 2009.

44. Sun Na & Luo Deyin, “The Terraces and Villages of Longji”, Chinese Cultural Heritages, Vol 29. January, 2009.

45. Luo Deyin, “A Review of Hatje Lexicon der Architektur des 20. Jahrhunderts”,World Architecture. Vol 200. February, 2007.

46. Luo Deyin, “A Research on The Castles in Yu County”, Treatises on Architectural History. Vol 22. August, 2006.

47. Luo Deyin, “Facist Cities: Latina & Sabaudia”, World Architecture. Vol 193.July, 2006.

48. Luo Deyin. “A Research on Shijia Temple, Yu County”, Treatises on Architectural History. Vol 21. July, 2005.

49. Luo Deyin, “An Art Without Innovation:A Review on ‘Vernacular Architecture’”, World Architecture. Vol 177. March, 2005.

50. Luo Deyin. “Cinese Opera-building: Its Characters, Its Evolvement and Its Enlightenment”, Treatises on Architectural History. Vol 20. April, 2004.

51. Luo Deyin & Qin Youguo. “The Five Stages of the Relationship between Chinese Drama and Chinese Ancient Theatre”. Treatises on Architectural History. Vol 16.May, 2002.

52. Luo Deyin, Wu Kaihua and Xing Chunxiao. “Metadata and Knowledge Management in Architecture”. Journals of Chinese University Libraries, Beijing, April, 2002.

53. Luo Deyin & Qin Youguo. “The Acoustics Measurement and Analysis of De Heyuan Theatre in Summer Palace”. Treatises on Architectural History. Vol 13, October, 2000.

54. Luo Deyin & Qin Youguo. “Reverberation and Analysis of Two Ancient Theatres”. Central Chinese Architecture, Wuhan, April, 2001.

55. Luo Deyin. “Resource Collecting of Digital Library”. Treatises on Architectural History. Vol 15, October, 2001.

56. Luo Deyin. “An Analysis on the Weilongwu Buildings of Qiaoxiang Village, Meixian County, Guangdong Province”. International Conference on Architecture and Local Culture & ASC2001 Annual Convention, Beijing, December, 2001.

57. Luo Deyin & Qin Youguo. “The Development of Chinese Ancient Theatre-Stage”. Treatises on Architectural History. Vol 14, April, 2001.

 

Books

1. Luo Deyin“Research and Practice of Rural Settlements”China Building Materials Industry PressSeptember 2019.

2. Luo Deyin“Reading Chinese Villages”China Building Materials Industry PressAugust 2019.

3. Luo Deyin“On the Road -- BBS Annual Documentary of Rural Renaissance in China (iii)”China Building Materials Industry PressMay 2019.

4. Luo Deyin“On the Road -- BBS Annual Documentary of Rural Renaissance in China (ii)”China Building Materials Industry PressApril 2018.

5. Luo Deyin“On the Road -- BBS Annual Documentary of Rural Renaissance in China (i)”China Building Materials Industry PressJune 2017.

6. Luo Deyin, Sun Na, Huo XIaowei & Gao Xiang“The Villages in Honghe Hani Terraces” , Beijing: China Architecture & Building Press, June 2013.

7. Luo Deyin & Huang Jing“Qingyuan Town” , Beijing:Tsinghua University Press, June 2013.

8. Sun Na & Luo Deyin“Longji Thirteen Villages” , Beijing:Tsinghua University Press, June 2013.

9. Luo Deyin & Wan Junzhe [edit]“Zhai Ji: China House 1990-2010 ” , Shanghai: The Tongji University Press, June 2010.

10. Luo Deyin“Chinese Theatre-stage” , Nanjing: The Southeast University Press, September 2009.

11. Luo Deyin“The Xianxia Trail” , Shanghai: Sanlian Bookstore, March 2009.

12. Luo Deyin“The Qinghu Wharf” , Shanghai: Sanlian Bookstore, March 2009.

13. Luo Deyin“The Xiakou Town” , Shanghai: Sanlian Bookstore, April 2009.

14. Luo Deyin“The Nianbadu Town” , Shanghai: Sanlian Bookstore, April 2009.

15. Luo Deyin“The Guanqian Wharf” , Shanghai: Sanlian Bookstore, October 2009.

16. Luo Deyin. “Two Ceramic Villages: Sanqingkou & Zhaoxian”, Beijing: Tsinghua University Press, January 2008.

17. Luo Deyin. “The Castle-villages in Yu County”, Beijing: Tsinghua University Press, November 2007.

18. Li Qiuxiang, Luo Deyin & Jia Jun, “Chinese Vernacular House: North”, Beijing: Tsinghua University Press, May 2010

19. Li Qiuxiang, Luo Deyin, Chen Zhihua & Lou Qingxi, “Chinese Vernacular House: Zhejiang”, Beijing: Tsinghua University Press, May 2010

20. Li Qiuxiang, Luo Deyin, He Congrong & Chen Zhihua, “Chinese Vernacular House: Fujian”, Beijing: Tsinghua University Press, May 2010

21. Luo Deyin & Zhang Lan. Translation of “The Story of Architecture” (Written by Jonathan Glancey and published by D.K. Company), Beijing: Sanlian Bookstore, 2003.

22. Luo Deyin, Zhao Wenwen & Bao Zhiyu, Translation of “The Four Elements of Architecture and Other Writings” (Wrriten by Gottfried Semper and published by Cambridge University Press), Beijing: China Architecture & Building Press, January 2010.


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