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The Elements Composition and Analysis of the Industrial-style Architectural Interior Decoration

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DOI: 10.23977/erej.2021.050403 | Downloads: 77 | Views: 1615


Liting Miao 1, Tong Ke 1, Jiasuer Abula 1


1 College of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Zhejiang University, 866 Yuhangtang Road, Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province 310058, P. R. China

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Jiasuer Abula


The interior decoration form of industrial style is one of the important manifestation ways of modern architectural interior design. As the industrial-style interior decoration gradually becoming one of the hot spots of architectural interior projects, its evolution was characterized by the multiple elements and multiple types in terms of the expression mode, design method, and technique replacement. This paper explores the matched design methods for different modes of the industrial-style interior decoration. On one hand, based on the applications and practices of the industrial-style interior decoration, the evolution characteristics of form paradigms were teased out. On the other hand, the paper analyses the elements composition of the industrial-style interior decoration and presents a systematic construction guiding control mechanism with the compatible element organization.


Industrial-style, Architectural Interior Decoration, Elements Composition, Elements Analysis


Liting Miao, Tong Ke, Jiasuer Abula. The Elements Composition and Analysis of the Industrial-style Architectural Interior Decoration. Environment, Resource and Ecology Journal (2021) 5: 11-18. DOI:


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