||Protection and regeneration of traditional buildings based on BIM:A case study of Qing Dynasty tea house in Guifeng Village
Bai, Suling ,
Ying, ZhangClaudia, Stancanelli
International Review for Spatial Planning and Sustainable Development
30 , 2016-01-15 , SPSD Press
In the context of China's rapid urbanization, large quantities of traditional buildings are disappearing. How to efficiently and intuitively protect these traditional buildings is an important issue being faced. Taking a Qing Dynasty tea house in Guifeng Village as an example, this paper applies information collection, processing and saving in a Building Information Model (BIM) for traditional buildings. It focuses on the application of BIM in traditional buildings’ surveying and creating 3D virtual models of a tea house with Revit Architecture, in order to provide a new method for the protection and regeneration of traditional buildings.