Construction of Economical Campus Landscape Based on the School Cultural Characteristics: A Case of Southwest Petroleum University
The construction of campus landscape should adapt tothe type and nature of the school, especially reflectingthe school cultural characteristics and the humanityeducation. Taking the economical campus landscapedesign and planning of Southwest Petroleum Universityas an example, the paper describes that the collegecultural characteristics--oil and natural gas--is presentedby typical oilfield equipments, landscape or road names,and sculptures. This construction of campus landscapeindicates the campus culture is close-knit association withthe oil and natural gas industry. The implementations ofthe characterized campus landscape and road culture areof great significance in the construction of economicaland characteristic campus, as well as the reflection of theschool-running features in modern universities.
Key words: Cultural characteristics; Economicalcampus landscape; Landscape design
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