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LI Luke
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E-mail: liluke@mail.tsinghua.edu.cn

REASEARCH  AND TEACHING INTERESTS

Building  Standard and the Design Rule in Ancient Society through the View of  Cross-Culture

Teaching and  research of global architectural history

Design  method based on traditional culture

 

EDUCATION

School of  Architecture, Tsinghua University, 2007   Doctor of Engineering in  Architecture

School of  Architecture, Tsinghua University, 2001  Bachelor in Architecture

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

School of  Architecture, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China

Assistant  researcher (01/2007-03/2009)

Lecturer  (06/2009-present)

Department  of Art History, University of California, Los Angeles, United States  (05/2012-05/2013)


COURSES TAUGHT

Brief  History of Global Modern Architecture

Architectural Design Studio Base on a Traditional Context (Collaborate  with Yale University)

Measurement  and Cartography of Ancient Buildings

 

HONORS  AND AWARDS

2013, 4th  China's outstanding publications, Award nomination (Luke Li. Studies on the Rules for Color Painted Works in Yingzao fashi [M].  Nanjing : Southeast University Press, 2011.)

2011,  'Eleventh Five-Year' National Key Book in China (Luke Li. Studies on the Rules for Color Painted Works in Yingzao fashi [M].  Nanjing : Southeast University Press, 2011.)

2009, the  Third China Building Book Prize (Luke Li, Nan Wang, Jing Li,  Jiezhong Hu ed.. The historical architectural map of Beijing, vol.1 [M] Beijing : Tsinghua University Press, 2009.)

2007,  Excellent Ph.D Thesis Prize, Tsinghua University (Studies on the  Rules for Color Painted Works in Yingzao fashi)

 

SELECTED PUBILICATIONS

1. Luke  Li. Studies on  the Rules for Color Painted Works in Yingzao fashi [M]. Nanjing :  Southeast University Press, 2011.

2. Luke  Li ed. Ancient  Capitals of China: Kaifeng and Hangzhou [M]. Beijing : Tsinghua  University Press, 2012.

3. Luke  Li, Nan Wang, Jing  Li, Jiezhong Hu ed.. The historical architectural  map of Beijing, vol.1 [M] Beijing : Tsinghua University Press, 2009.

4. Nan  Wang, Jiezhong Hu, Luke Li, Lin Yuan ed.. The historical architectural  map of Beijing, vol.2 [M] Beijing : Tsinghua University Press, 2011.

5. Nan  Wang, Jiezhong Hu, Luke Li, Lin Yuan ed.. The historical architectural  map of Beijing, vol.3 [M] Beijing : Tsinghua University Press, 2012.

6. Christian  Norberg-Schulz. Significato nellarchitetture  occidentale  (Meaning in Western Architecture). Translated by Luke Li and  Tianzhi Ouyang [M], Beijing : China Architecture  Building Press, 2005.

7. Guixiang  Wang, Congrong He, Luke Li, Zhijun Duan and Nan Wang. Great  Capitals in Ancient China [M], Beijing: the Foreign Language  Teaching and Research Press, 2009.

8. Luke  Li. A Study on  the History of the Central Axis in Beijing [J]. City Planning Review,  Vol.27 No.4, pp.37-44, Apr.2003. ISSN 1002-1329.

9. Luke Li.  A Graphic Analysis of Beijing and Some Urban Design Ideas for Present  Beijing [J]. History of Architecture. Vol.18. pp.197-207, 2003.  ISBN 7-111-12433-2.

10. Luke  Li. The Phoenix  Hall at Mt. Shunfeng : Design follows Tang Style [J]. History of  Architecture. Vol.20, pp. 239-250, 2004. ISBN 7-111-14102-4.

11. Luke  Li. Review of  Zhu, Jianfei : "Chinese Spatial Strategies : Imperial Beijing  (1420-1911)" [J]. World Architecture(China). Vol.175, pp.105-109,  Jan.2005. ISSN 1002-4832.

12. Luke  Li. European  Travel Notes : Athens [J]. Idea of Architecture. Vol. 5, pp.  136-154, 2005. ISBN 7-5083-3800-6.

13. Luke  Li. Review of  Christian Norberg-Schulz : “Meaning in Western Architecture” [J]. The  Architect.Vol.4, pp.95-98, 2006. ISSN 1001-6740.

14. Luke  Li. A Preliminary  Research on the Chinese Traditional Color through the Section of Color  Painting in "Yingzaofashi"(Ancient Chinese Building Standards) [J]. Art & Science, Vol.2, pp.45-61, 2006. ISBN 7-302-12227-X.

15. Luke  Li. The Primary  Research on The Decoration in Late Xixia Caves in Yulin Grotto, And It’S  Relationship With The Building Standard Book, Yingzao Fashi Of 12th  Century (Part I) [J]. Dunhuang Research. Vol.3, pp.5-12, 115,  2008. ISSN 1000-4106.

16. Luke  Li. The Primary  Research on The Decoration In Late Xixia Caves In Yulin Grotto, And It’S  Relationship With The Building Standard Book, Yingzao Fashi Of 12th  Century (Part II) [J]. Dunhuang Research. Vol.4, pp.12-20,  119-120, 4, 125, 2008. ISSN 1000-4106.

17. Luke  Li. The Primary  Research on the Decoration and Material conception in the Building  Standard Book, Yingzao Fashi of 12th Century[J]. The Architect.Vol.3,  pp.45-54, 2009. ISSN 1001-6740.

18. Luke  Li. The Primary  Research on The Decoration of 11th century style in Kaihua Temple in  Gaoping, Shanxi[J]. Traditional Chinese Architecture and Gardens.  Vol.3 pp.36-41, 2008. ISSN 1000-7237.

19. Luke  Li. The Primary  Research on the Decoration Conception in the Building Standard Book,  Yingzao Fashi of 12th Century[J]. Bulletin of History and Theory on  Chinese Architecture, Vol.1, pp.100-116, 2009. ISBN  978-7-302-19297-8.

20. Luke  Li. The Primary  Attempt on Teaching of the Design Studio of Western Classical Garden  Design[A], 2007 International Symposium on the Teaching and Research  of Architectural History, Shanghai, China. Invited Oral Lecture in  Session Panel.

21. Luke  Li.  Interpretation and Restoration of the Illustrations on the Rules for  Color Painted Works in Yingzao fashi[A], 2006 International  Conference on East Asian Architectural Culture, Kyoto, Japan.  Invited Oral Lecture in Session Panel.

22. Luke  Li. Start from  the Society for the Research in Chinese Architecture, Review on the  Research Course of Decoration in Yingzaofashi[A], Symposium on  the 80th Anniversary of the Society for the Research in Chinese  Architecture, Beijing, China, 2009. Invited Oral Lecture in Session  Panel.

23. Luke  Li, Guixiang  Wang. Start from prototype, the way of regional architecture design in  the context of internationalism – the Culture Centre of Pure Land School  in Xuzhou[A], 2009 International Conference on East Asian  Architectural Culture, Taiwan, China. Invited Oral Lecture in  Session Panel.

 

SELECTED  RESEARCH PROJECTS

1. Team  leader and mentor, Measurement and Cartography of the following ancient  buildings:

Xihe Gate in  the Forbidden City, World Heritage(2003);

Qingxiling  Tombs of Qing Dynasty, World Heritage (2004);

Tayuan  Temple in Wutai Mountain, World Heritage (2005);

Shaolin  Temple in Songshan Mountain, national treasure (2007);

Temples at  the top of Huashan Mountain, World Heritage (2008);

Chong’an  temple in Shanxi province, National Treasure (2009).

Traditional  Gardens in Nanxun Old Town, National Treasure (2011)

2. Program  Director, Research on the Design Rules of Building Color During 7~12th  Centuries in China Based on the Rules for Color Painting in Yingzao  Fashi, 2013-2015(Program supported by the National Natural Science  Foundation of China)

3. Program  Director, Research on the Design Rules of Building Color During 17~19th  Centuries in China, 2012-2014(Program supported by the Ministry of  Education of China)

4. Color  Measurement and Research on a 10th Century Building in  Zhenguo Temple in Pingyao, Shanxi Province (a sub-topic of a program  offered by the State Administration of Cultural Heritage directed by  Professor Chang Liu)

5. The  Building Layout of Chinese Buddhist Architecture from the 6th  century to the 11th century in the drawing of Dunhuang Caves (a  sub-topic of a NSFC program directed by Professor Wang Guixiang)

6. Editor,  Architecture terms in western modern architecture , 2008-

7. Urban  Design of the District Near the Dajingmen Gate of the Great Wall in  Zhangjiakou, Hebei Province, 2010

8. Design  of Lingfeng Temple in Suizhou, Hubei Province, 2009

9. Design  of the Songshan Temple in Dalian, Liaoning Province, 2008

10. Design  of the Dayuan Temple in Lushan Mountain, Jiangxi Province, 2008

11. Design  of the Great Buddha Scenic Spot, Lushan Mountain, Jiangxi Province, 2007

12. Calligraphy  Museum in Changtai county, Xiamen, Fujian Province, 2007

13. Design  of the Culture Centre of Buddhist Pure Land School in Xuzhou, 2005

14. Team  member, Traditional Garden Design in the Museum of “Stone Story”,  Nanjing, Jiangsu Province, 2005-2008

15. Design  of the Phoenix Pavilion at Mt. Shunfeng, 2002


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